Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 21, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00421
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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trol of the business of Chase & Co. at' *
WIN j Waco1, and his ab.eocq hall cawed them Board l of Trade's war In the. 49th New' York Volunteer ;| !
BanquetThe 'I
no little amount of inconvenience A Infantry. / l'iCASTOUTMUDHOOKSAnd ,
number of rumors are afloat concerninghis : . .. The remains were shipped to.hlior- '
'Our Board of Trade, Working to' .Get disappearance:.which we are unable mer home at.York, Neb., .Tuesday,. "
the Homeseeker Excursions to' to verify or sustain at this writing. Annual Feast Will, Take. Place This Year accompanied by the bereaved'' -widow ,1 Hold fast t to This -Section for .
Any information regarding his-where .on the' Night .of February 14th.. and Mr. 'J. P.. Miller, a friend, of the 1 ,

j r. Florida. Re-established.' . abouts] will be gratefully received" not .,. family. Here a' Man Enjoys Ufe Every

,f... 'only by:Ills '''family, but his firm.- Funeral services wereheld' at. Mn Day in the Tear.... .

important,,conference was held (In 1: Reporter-Star. .. 18. I The custom adopted last year, bythe : th.grown female members of his fam-' arrellVresidence.THE .;/". ,
'. Board of Trade of fly' as he may desire. The _" l,_ man '.
'this city on. Monday'evening- .between having a banquet on tickets to the .It makes a his trouble '

Mr. W. J. Craig general passenf -,' AN;:{HIO) DYSPEPTIC the night of the annual election of officer banquet whether will the be one Is dollar; regardless of VELVET. BEAN I and feel' glad that. he'}le living*when' hemeet.
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ottheAtlantiofloaetleiand ; I *...haf>mngh to.dn with fArqanttng{ the tieman-orlady.-and occupied they will by be'placed a gen- .. I _and talks wijtb/persons) woo'har: .- ,

the special committee who represented finds His Way to Honda and Works good fellowship of its members and on sale at the Osceola Pharmacy\ the Grows Abundantly in the Garden .of ,traveled over the greater portion( of the -, s

the 1 Board of Trade at the convention His Hammer Overtime.A create the desire among them to strive data of final sale being limited to the Mr. J. ,W. Thompson' oountry before corning Ito Florida, wild
night of
till harder to enhance the February 2th. The
in Jacksonville on the 22nd oft reason hear them ray that the
"'. the community would not lie completedid CIssimmee and make it the foremost the committee was forced to close the This little storyof what one single of regret .-
1' 'pecember, purpose of which was, it not contain at least one chronic Inland city in Florida, and the same sale of tickets on that date ii it that the velvet bean produced is Hkely to be di.credited .- their lives Is that they did Dot',co De '
to endeavor to Induce the railroads; op- dyspeptic ores who ever looks gentleman by ''for to this land sunshine( and health
at things feast and. fellowship wIll, take serving the banquet must : some people, we admit years ,
ratlnor in'this. state tb re-establish: the and people through darkly colored glasses { place this year on the night of Feb'ruiry have>ufficl\lntnotice\ to make proper provisions It is almost unbelievable but we assure ago' but now that thy had, discovered '

homeseeker excursion rates,which were and who takes every opportunity to 14th..the night of the day on which for the number who will attend. our readers that every word here written I In Florida, country where a man .could,
discontinued to all Florida points east spew his slanders and villiflcations upon Saint Valentine gives full away to, all The attention of the members is respect-! is true. earn '
.. of River Junction during the winter, the public through the medium of a the boys and girls to.tell their sweethearts fd ly called! to the fact that a mere Mr. J. Wv Thompson who lives on competency' on a few acres' of ,
tourist season. < newspaper. 'I tljat"Roses statement of intentions to attend the the: street running on the west aide of ground and enjoy life enery'day inns.

While it can not be said that the con- : One of that class hove in sightTiere are red"and violets are blue. banq et' will not suffice, but that the the court house,and who I. one of the year!! they would throw out their mud

'- ference in this city on Monday last will a short time ago and called himself!! "Sugar! .weet"and'so" are you; ' depositing of one dollar with Mr. J. C. most.respected citizens of this town : hooks and hold fat until the Anal) alL

result in these rates being put into effect - Chauncey Reynolds clainvnc Tiffin If you love me like I love you Moore" at the Osceola Pharmacy is the procured and planted one velvet bean, Messrs. C. F.. and V. L. Dibble of ,
before the middle of March: the Ohio, as his home Duns. stay In ,No knife can cut our love in two." only assurance the committee can accept which was sent by the government to a Alton. K<>m..arrivedfaTKisaimmeeabout .
.. "'eyes of Mr. Craig re certainly openedto this town he kept pret<\" JJ1 undercover At the meeting of the entertainmentcommitteeonMonday as'a_ guarantee that the member citizen In this-community, and on Saturday days ago on a prospective tour, - .1'ten

t. the wonderful advantages that would as it were and not :\unusualwas it was. not definitely will be present, therefore it l Is request last we were invited to Inspect 'I heard of the wonderful productions "
accrue to both the state and the railroads noticed in his make-uptbO general decided as to where the banquetwill ed that as many as possibly can will the vine and its fruit The vine cover- of the soil }of this locality, our magnificent '

) if such wee done, and he will inat behavior; but be did not tarry long and be held but'it is more than' likelyIt purchase their tickets during the, week ed an arbor thirty feet long eight feet climate, andtho exceedingly high '

1 future I look through.."differenf lenses at left for Daytona that beautiful east will take' place at the Graystone, our preceding.the banquet and not wait un wldt"! ,and six! feet high and contained standard of healthfulness of our people.

thi needs of the country 'through whichhis 'coast town and from there wrote a letter palatial tourist hotel but the same rule til the last day. fully one hundred and fifty clusters They have pretty thoroughly Investigated

: railroad runs to the Advertiser, a newspaper adopted last year that i is, that no gen- The members of the. Board of Trade each cluster having an average of thirty all those conditions, andjin conversation ,
; Hon. C. A. Carson, head of thw- transportation published fri Tiinn .Ohio. -- tleman will be permitted to attend who will be kept fully informed through the pods, with six beans in each pod-making with a representative of the Valley 1'

committee of the Boartt f I In this letter the said Chauncey {is not a member of the Board of Trade columns of the Valley. Gazette the progress in all twenty-seven thousand beans Gazette used the fOlloWlnltilanguage( :' f

Trade, acted in the capacity of chairman states that Flbrida is a myth that its i will prevail again although any member of the committee makes in ar from one single bean planted last May. "We have often heartof the magnificent ,

of tHe'conference, as it was through soilis" .the poorest on earth that every is privileged to bring as many oi ranging for the annual feast the There velvet is no better chicken feed than Florida climate, and (do: ,, not hesitate '
his efforts Mr. Craig was present, and and bean and many of our people
thing here fakes
everybody are to say that it Is everything\. we :;. ,
told the general passenger agent in i that the people are lazv and shiftless, OUR COMMISSIONERS POURED ON THE OIL them plant them, and when ripe plow anticipated and much more for we 'do., .4\ }'
very pjain words that all who had given that there are nolfinhes in the waters under as tbey give humus to the not believe it can be excelled on earth b

: the subject any consideration were convinced or birds in the trees, no vegetables! ins soil and are a splendid fertilizerThey When the thermometer in our, Kansas
't' that the homeseeker excursions the gardens or fruit in the groves-in Highly Praised by the State Press for I Let It Soak in Good and Appliedthe are absolutely no trouble to 'cultivatethe ,- home stands at ten degrees below zero)'
run i info this state had done and were fact the whole bout only thing necessary! Doing a fence
blooming .
'1 gtory Grculating Jhe Valley Gazette. Match. people are freezing(and afraid to
k to build it and make i it or,arbor for them to run on, and they
i < >ing more up Florida i ia a monstrous lie, and that ventureo t. while_ here, .KissinxrateL ,
.4 populous with a very desirable class of would commit suicide before he would There is little///doubt that newspaper Joe Karmarf "one "onfie) 'b !Icnowif 'make a perfect shade and nave.-beautL. peoplw-walk thestreebintheirshirtsleeves .k' Y. '
t advertising i is the most effective of salesmen in the i is in ful (lowers. ""'f"-; -- -
citizens than any other effort the railroads live here--and closes his letter with thee : way country, the city and no fires' are burning''' in the'
i! have ever attempted, and that on statement that he i is teaching people showing forth jlhe resources, attractions with his usual stock of good 'humor.To A cluster from Mr Thompson' single heating stoves, must know that '
:'' ton a-fide settler was worth more to the and advantages of a community. a Tribune reporter yesterday Mr. bean vine is on exnibition In the Valley you we
around Daytona how to catch fish. could be nothing' but boosters for this ,r' ? ,
community in which he located than There is! always Ni fundamental differ- Earman said: "I wish to congratulate Gazette office and any who doubt the. ' ,
Now, we will not attempt to defend country. ,,,
were any dozen winter touri ta-who ence between the WHY a trained"news Tampa on one thing that the Methodist truthfulness of this story are requested '
Florida from the ravings or a fool, writer puts and to call and inspect it As to soil, a man can]flnd :anything
come among us! for a stay of only a few paper things the way Conference sent Rev. J. R. Cason as '
like Chauncey, for we suppose he At it is he wants whether it be mueli! '
weeks or months.! generally done by boont writers. one of its Methodist pastors. Mr. Casonis ,pillck
Mr. Carson's argument was ahly seconded well known as a knocker, scandal-mon- From long habit the news wn ie *one of the ablest men in the State DTOILS and prairie high'hammock,' high pineor
by every member of the committee gar and villifier of everything good in conservative, presents facts in C and he will do great .things for Methoin COMPLETED sandy and at any price; 'of course';
the neighborhood from whi6h he hails, the price being regulated byjtajadapt. ,;. ,
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present! and before the conferencewas temperate language, and the resultis I your city. Although we don't
well under way Mr. Craig was, fig- and it is more than probable the people that the reader is! impressed. I agree all' things. we are old friends For New Uiapter House and Contract bllity to transportation. But Jlhere,,is''

vratively speaking, up a tree for the of Tiffin are rejoicing at his temporary While not fora moment disparaging' and I adrmr hIm as I do few'men. Some Will (Be Let Right no question about all ol'the1andi n this) "
absence from that town and Florida the Away.At section being worth the price asked,
Arguments our committee produced handsomely illuminated publications years ago a local option campaign win
certainly needs no defense among the that have last th Hart Memorial of for land half so productive In the western
.. Vas forced to admit that his views on intelligent. -Therefore: we will pass the ion, it i is true that IItralghf"newspaper! state and I was, as usual among those the'AmerieW-Womuu's League -able .states will cost' five times- asfmuch.;, .
subject by with the simple statement! I announce .to"the public that'all per"acre: 'What makes the land 'nere h
the subject had. undergone a considerable advertising is the best form that can present We had the redoubtable Bob requirements
that the lie is indellibly placed upon ev- be of the central board of particularly( valuable Is that itcan: .be
change, although: he stated that he adopted for diffusing information of : McNamee of Tampa as our chief spokesman University ,
ery word of his letter by the thousands! character. City Mo., have been ultivated the entire and;we-are'
was not in a position to say what action any A splendid illustrationof and 'Bob' was setting the wood complied with. year
the several roads would 'take in the who annually come into this state and this fact is seen in the instance of on fire with his convincing oratory. I and that we may soon expect the"'eo*. told as many as five different crops can

1 matter but he certainly would'ca.ll! it to declare that its fiktyfor productiveness the Kissimmep Valley Gazette. The Just about this time Brother Cason appeared tract to be let to one of the several MI'gtti:pa' the same groundjevery

f their attention in a few days. of soil equableness of climate, healthfulness Commfosidners of Osceola county subscribed on the scene. Somebody 'whispered !"contractors who have bid upon the:clulj twelve months. There certainly can be< 4
I of the people open-heartedness house V no:valni objection' to Florida on account
The question of a new passenger depot and paid for eight hundred cop to us that the preacher would be "
for Kissimmee. was discussed .at of4to citizens and general progressiveness ies of the paper to be sent all over the willing to meet 'Bob' in joint debate on Many of the members of the. lecal oflbe character- and price of ite ,land,

some length, and Mr. Carson told the ,"cannbt be found anywhere, else on country.. There was no special puffing the saloon question. I told 'Bob' and chapter know that'' aggravating :delay /) The': two' particular'; things that' ,

general'passenger agent that he had the American continent. or laudation of the county or t>f Kissimmee he said: 'Joe tha's pie; let's"challengehim. have occurred In perfecting.the title to' struck its most toreibly the orange
taken the matter up. with the other It is true the* are a few such villifi- in the papers that found their way .' We challenged J him and the-de- the lot donated by Miss CampbelirEven groves: all laden with delicious golden f'

">officials of the J'Oad. and asked his co: ers,, slanderers and .c andal-mongen ol f every week to the eight hundred scat bata took place before several thousanc after much delay occasioned by the ne> Fruit, and the many vegetable.. gardens, '.

... ", operation in.: the matter. Mr.- Craig the Chauncey Reynolds"-tYt- now residing tered readers but they aroused the curiosity people... I believe the people who heart ceeeltyofgetting,ign tnresof/ j parties' all green with celery, lettuce: cabbages: .. ;;{.;
very'readlly"stated that he would'lend m Florida, but there" not an and'nterest} of those into whose it haven't forgotten Cason and I know residing out of town lad Jhoee'temporarily beeta; oui n., peas, etc., right,,here in ,_ ,
.. 4 it his support as our city was entitled inch of apace for the housing of ,anymore hands they fell were passed from hand 'BobMcNamee hasn't. Cason simply away, when thdrpapers' were the dead of 'winter; whenjws left _' ,

to much better facilities thajf now existed and the sooner dyspeptic Chaun n. to hand in far away localities, and resulted poured on the oil, let it soak fn good finally in readiness! 'for Misif" .hpbell'ssignature country only a tare weeks ago that was

due to the wonderful progress i it cey returns to his Ohio home to freeze in flood of inquiries from people applied the match and then kept pilingon and were sent to hefcIVJWasfound. + covered with- mantle of snow ;and In*

had made during the past twelvemonths in the winter and melt in the summer, who.wanted to know more, as wella the fagots. He fairly Incinerated ; upon sending theta bar.tq'Kb: / stead leave'on the tre.;th-,

both in business and population.If the better suited the people of Florida the arrival' on the ground in personof 'Bob' in particular and the liquor trafficin simmee that they must be returned to were'icicles ten feet long. Thlsjomntpossesses : .

nothing good ever results from it, Will be. Creatures like Chapncey should scores of prospectors.! One reason general. We don't know yet just her again. This was on account-of '' nany wonders,: but. w'/fiay. !t 1 f ',q
this conference has demonstrated that be tapped for the simples. of this Is that there is no discount upon how bad he hurt us.He is one of the some discrepancy between Florida laws seen none thatf represses oncJCrom the

'Kieeimmeeever. takes the first step t in what people read week af ter week in a most effective! speakers I ever heart regarding such-mattera and those of cold and frozen,north more forcibly. than,

anything that will tend to enhance the LOST IN SNOW newspaper. And the bestowal of the and while I feel it isn't the ,best thing New Jersey. As soon as the. buzz Ord do the orange groves,and thtabl.t .
welfare, our state and that our 1 local business on a newspaper! makes it a bet in the world for our side of the prohibition then raging in the North would perm{ gardens."N -' ;$;;,?*'''*'

.. Board or Trade is a live, energetic! and ter paper and a more Industrious boomer question. I'm glad Tampa is going her to do so. Miss Campbell a second ''Your'town of KlssJmmee.t about as

progressive organization, composed omen f Trains in the Northwest Not Runningon for the locality in which it is pub- to have such an able minister! on its time'attended .to. the ,; progressive,a little'city,!''a 'we;, have

__ who are ready and willing at all Account of the lished. No better agency can be devised list ,, You can bet he'll stay fouryean papers and sent them''to Klsaimmee. 'ever visited. On 'eyel'J' band ''We '... '
times to lend their full support to any Weather. for pushing a town than-: its own and he'll make every day and!hour o f Since then-the attorney in 'charge h a new building springing'up, and ,the a +

measure looking to Florida' good. If LaCross, Wis., Jan. 16.-Two passenger newspapers.-Tampa Daily Times. them count." Mr.-Cason is the newly; been getting them signed by the' stores seem to be doing most thriving' .
there were ten such bodies of men i in trains are loaf in snowdrifts. Oneis [Since the above article appeared in appointed pastor of Hyde Park Methodist city officials-and send on .to business)" Them is'no reason why KM*r
this atate it would not be two between Reno and the Tunes the Commissioners have University City. They have now'been '
years un Preston Minn., on increased Church.Tampa Tribune.Presbyterian slmme should not beja big city"in a few
til our population would more than double the St. Paul road and the other west o;f the county's subscription to the -- sent We fulfilled'the flat part'of the years time; ze every;>Indication -point r
7 and our thousands of cres of- richland here on the Northwestern. Telegraph Valley Gazette to one thousand cop Chu rda. requirements for :,a club house some that way; And we an told that the, v
''j which now know only the presence wires ore down. Mail trains from, the fare=EDITOR.] weeks go when we completed a membership publla school l here is' as good as zee)' In .
of cattle be made to give forth fortunesIn eastern part of the state are stuck in f The Holy Communion will be- celebrated of forty, but not until this week: the United States; a fact that will go is
the shape of fruits, vegetables and. the 'snow. None has arrived from that t The County Commissioners of Osceo next Sunday morning. There when the deed and abstractwent 'to tong way to bndncing ab'to:maker :
field crops. section which is in the grip of the la county have increased the number'oftheir will slr.o be the reception of members.Visiting headquarters had we fully met the this, place'their' homer' .1'1+' A
A ,better understanding should be worst blizzard of.several years. A passenger subscriptions to the Valley Gazette friends are most cordially In'vltel quiremsnts. This explanation ia due to wb'we. '" ;
train the to : to unite with us in this service A those _"And t;je people; just :wont'say r'
had between the several commercialbodle. on La Crosse and one thousand. Experience has who thinking we had' long ,ago .
of Jthls state on all matters - Southwestern railroad was hung up between taught them that copi..sof the local paper series of special evangelistic services fully qualified,have been wondering why, there anything about them except; that It
Stoddard 'often the will begin Match 13th;; Rev. Chas. L. the '' are any better, -.more' generous,, ,
affecting the general welfare and Westby, and was ;very best advertising building was not started. The de- '
we know: of no better meads to bring rescued by an engine from La Crosse. matter which can be sent to prospective Work i ..-D."of Wooster Ohio will lay.bas been entirely our own .and notatal.l openhearted'hapitabia".oa'.artli'' ":" ' ;wehaven't : r
revs 1 Press Dispatch. settlers.-Bradentown' tiilst: the pastor Dr. Work I. Pastor the faultof found them.?
i this about than the organization of a headquarters. -- .. 'r
State Board of Trade, that is, a Board On the 16th of this month which was Evangelist this presbytery, and all Mr. Lewis bu.written the league a : ; 0 ,
composed of'men from .rent sections last Sunday, there was hardly a house Preparing Develop.South Osceola who heard him last tall will rejoice that personal letter inquiring about the deed, William Brown- ;, f ;.
In Klssimmee 'In which fire bin : he will again 'be beard In Kissim- fearing It had been lost in Mr. William Brown ,dU
of,*he state to look after and pro- a was lighted G. H. Simons of Montevideo, the Christmas an aged. eo
.tect and work for tho interests of the for warmth and the people general!; Minn., local representative; inee. crush of mail. We! in our Ignorance of this place, died at his home \in'\WestKlssbnmee ,
whole of Florida. And the same rule paraded the streets' without wraps, en pany of Minnesota capitalists who have in the 10n'del Y oe.lble-1n-getting -' on Wednesday;and was bor-7 r' ;: .
shouts apply to the press of the state. joying the sunshine that is with. ut acquired about 400,000 acre of land be- Sudden! Death of an Old Soldier. ' up'such papers, had several timeaWrit..ten led at Rosehill' : cemetery;'yesterday I + .;+

i When those two things become a fact every day in the year. tween Lake Kissimmee and Lake Ok ee- Mr. Nathan Johnson an old G. A. R .. Mr. Lewis that the deed would afternoon.. ,, % ...
Florida will come into her own, but not A comparison for sure; chobee, was a pleasant caller at this veteran, who came to Klssimmee ( followxat a certain time. Mr. Lewis Deceased was a Confederate veteraq ..
before. ---- office last Saturday. Mr. Simon.states Nebraska some days join'York. realizes t dissatI.faction and misunderstanding and a brave soldier. He leaves two' ; ; .
Moyer Partin. that the has established ago accom- such>an interval Js likely to sons Messrs.Dan" and Morgan Browns J ;
company a camp pealed by his wife and Mr. J. P. Miller .
Mysteriously Disappeared.Mr. Mr. Moyer Partin after an illness of for the rccommodatlon of home eekera died suddenly his apartments at Mr. I cause and he says....he is extremely anxious to mourn his loss.Automobile. _u __ v .

J. W. Hoard manager of Chase several weeks passed away at his residence about sixty miles south of Kissimmee A. B. Jarrell' residence last MonJay to do his part asssoon as we do ours. dub ,

k Co'.. nurseries at Waco, on the a few miles cast of town last and has ;purchased four automobiles, night the Immediate cause of his death The regular meetingvof the local Organized., "
I- 'Florida Midland, running from Kl slm- Monday afternoon.The two of which they now have on the run being paralysis of the heart I chapter was'postponed lasV onday" 'onaceoun't A meeting of the'automobila "ownersof ,
e'to Apopka, has between this of other meetings at the same Kissimmee held at council .
F mysteriously diseared. !- deceased ,was about thirty city and the camp and the Mr was the ;
--- '- years Johnson.had. been around ,
,!) ,Mr. Hoard was"in Orlando1ueaday of age, and a son of Mr. H. S. Partin. other two are expected any daY:"' The all nay and-was apparently in his .tow usual hour.- It is earnestly requested at all chambee-on Wednesday-evening--whenr, ** ..*...r -- .

the 4th, spending the night one of this county's leading citizens surveyors are also at work dividing up health but after supper members be present Monday afternoon, a permanent organization was:;formed:'
4 here. That afternoon he drew his bank He was a member of one of the oldest the land into suitable tracts, and the a pain in the region of complainedof the heart'Dr. at 3:30, at the Christian church, as thereare taj>. known. the. KlssimnteelAuto. '
account at 'a local bank of about propertyJs advertised throughout a number of letters from University mobile Club. The organization
$600 and best families in South Florida,;, and bring Hicks was called in-and after- ) startaj:
and left next morning for Kissimmee was a ,successful farmer and poPular the North and WestMiss his had .examining City to-be 'considered. Everybody out witbpver twenty charter members,, .
he transacted patient, started to terested will be welcome. and will affiliate with the state':. :,
where some other business with all who knew him. Besides organ ,,
a large Ethel Smith of Orlando came write a prescription for him when the '** --<- % > a
since which he has pot been _n. circle of sorrowing relatives zati n.. .
and friends down old.
to attend the dance at MaJdnson'aballlut -gentleman began to for '
His family and the few' at Waco are he leaves gasp Mr. William Moore of St. Cloud accompanied The following officers were 'eleetedt I 'o
a widow and two small children
Tuesday evening, and was the.gue.t .,breath and in a few minutes.was dead. '
vary much worried over his disappear who have the of the Kissimmee delegation to Ei U>Lesley: ,* president; H:,'J: Hicks
this :
sympathy for the the
' r tote as Mr. Hoard.(1 had; exclusive, eon- entire community. I' Parker. night ,of, Miss Mable I'l, deceased was 66 years of age' the Grand Lodge F. & A. 'M.; which, vice-president; ,A. E,Donegan' scr-a; y,.
? and served four years during the civil met In Jacksonville this week. ""
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Hew the, Standard, "., M.... tement: ,

: Five-Acre Tracts in Pinedalet .. the Board Was Established. '
+ School It.I* most difficult for many" persons W' .
to remember the sizes\ of their different : CONTRACTORS AND* BUILDERS :
I '1 And Town'Lots in Kissimmeeu r : Kissimmee. Fla., Jan. 5, '10. articles wearing apparel Ool.llTS. !. .' .
: : ..Shirts and cloVejk are easy enough I Ibecau.e '
The,Board of Public Instruction 1"ne TIn : .
) uT In the case of these It la a.
-- A -> ...'t'. regular session, there being present matter of' actual l tnches.t', But the bat : Wood Brick or Stone
W. C. Bass.:Chairman, E. E. Brown and aboe number are what puzzle .... : "

1- ''S3QO arid J. B. Tumblin, also W J. Sears; most people to nay nothing of' the, ., 1 ..
: : Suoerintendent. mystery: .why a No. 11 stocking. goerf .

i .1"bc/tlve-acre tracts are,, high l pine : Minutes of last regular,, session werf with a l o. 8 shoe. however '
This last puzzle la. easily GUARANTEE TOGIV"I' TSATISFACTIQ '

+.: land,, adapted to fruit and ,truck growing t read. B. Ci-MIHeri-County and approved. TreasUrer ,. re- explained. Stockings have always PERPE ,
obtained : \ been measured by the Inch from heel .
;. and artesian water can be on ed'd1'ollowe: )
to toe,, but tKe numbering of slats
"4, ". every five-acres. 4-! '4 Kissimmee, Fla., Jan. 1, 1910: was fixed: a long time ago by a French . .

.. -. The town lots in Kissimmee front .011. To the .Honorable Board of Public Instruction man. Kissimmee S a

. the .new marl 'st .eet. _. ea 1n and rQiceola County.. ._TJie_ !!nchmaD. permanently flxed FloridaS ,
I-herewith of shoes for all Europeand
tender my report Treasurer the numbers .
of Onceola. County for the monthof America. He arbitrarily decided -
I w. SI: .ALYEA. + December A, D. 1909. human foot could possibly be .
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.' smaller than three and\ ?,,a.?en-elichth THE GHflYSTQHE GflBRGE HUD J MllIE SHOPS.
SCHOOL "1..oIp. -
e ,Park' Hotel"KISSIMMEE, FLA. e To balance from taut n'l>oft .. .F2,1i163'. inches So, calling this> point-mere, be ;
Inch'to size
allowed one-third of an, a
.. To amount r""c July rcxloniptloiiii.! . Je 65 and accordingly built up his scale. It.. ANTHONY A.. LOLL Proprietor. '

.......................... To am't rooM vel from W.J Bi..r.'Halo of ,, follows therefrom that a''' man'cannot ,
book 2.1 :ITo find -out the number of- his own shoe, l AQENT rOFFairbaitiksMorseJ . ..
ain't ntcnlvnd from Ta*'folluctor.tuxen unless he be an expert arithmetician.

and'|>ollM. ... '...... 1IN1 fi,7 Even then he la likely to go wrong" Gas .Engines

$; because all the shoe expert allow for

TO BE WEN AWAY'J'J'I By paid warrants an j per lint 2.6H. Jlly the": weight of the Individual and the I and Irrigating Outfits. .

lialauoe. ... ........:.......>.. .... .1,OK4 HO) determine build of his what foot else before shoe they be ought try to to ; _----t_ '
TOfiSI Irom lant report| ...... ....... ... JH075To ) wear. AUTOMOBILES I'$
amount rnoelvud from Comptroller As far as women's shoes are concerned I .
July' mdemptloim . .. ofTo the problem Is still mdre dlmi-i 0
amouut rno'il from Tax Coll. la"... Is H '
Rl -fiDx SM: dJM1s'. cult, because many of the manufacturers I ARTESIAN WELLS 1M11VEN ANY DEPTHWe '
Hit\\ ;t2 Instead of keeping to the regular -;
By |..ld warrant ax pnr lint .. I:.OHUy scale have marked down their : I.
bulmK'H .. .. 1H4 :rj numbers on. or two alaes In ord'erto '' ;
HCHOOI,HUB-fHur.' MO, a.Tobalfrom capture easily flattered customers. For Solicit all Kinds Repair Work ,

In.t'report .. .... ... IB im this reason most dealers ask out of
To amt roc from Tax Col., tax_ .... .... U rut town customers to send an old shoe ,
with their orders.
fly luilaiu-e | Jfi :MK
The system of measuring hats Is
( irool Kt'll-IHHT.' No.
'J 0 luUiiiici' from l leaf report I I ',.1TO"III'I much simpler. Any man can tell what E. A.GILBERTCONTRACTOR '
.. size be simply by adding the
rc..iI..llr..m FHX ( 01. (taxi<* wears
.. width and length of the Inner brim
li)' liHlttiK'i. 17i:tjII
and then dividing by two. Orders can
: a.arta-vGrWyi I l tiy'N+' C. MILLER the shopkeeper by .
County TroaMurwr. also be sent to and BUILDER
the circumference of the head. I
7'v stating
.iIP.IJa/nW Paid warrants in the sum of $2.600.6) ( :
-Boston Globe. I
were cancelled in O|)(MI guHHJon.HillH . -
tans and Estimates
were approved and warrants. is- Notici* of Kinal] Settlement and t
HU fd l as follows:
Application (or I Discharge.TO .
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er WI'I
l- Hill flit f iila!
__ I W <", I II,,",. m\\ ",,'mh.'r of lionnl I Inn Al.l. WHOM IT MAY roNCKKNNotict (: AGENT FOR
: .: .llioHti " ;,, .. .-i( I iI I in her..Iy KIV JlIl'umhhn"I '- 11 INII I IIi N* 'ItunrdunofIraM.l(5udnorIllon Mon-' The Famous for
Menge Pumps Irrigation and
DraInage. 50,000 to
, S _ _ I (>' (I .Iereem TriaM 5'a(I.IVulliy !I..> the! I'Hh dii.v n< June A I). I"1O. lit 10iVIiW
ha'rgte. rhitfnif. 5 'IMrfisi. > ( k,... II'.. iTi'Hcnl' my foal' ri'ixtrt. for IMIIflrniiitioii -. 1.6OO.OOO I gallons per hour.
Mi rll/ Ponuty JudlC"''.ofMre( In .. .
..|"Io'r| ". ::1. .. a;,mi nlti County. Klorliln' ,.and will nltply. t Jol r. Jurtl/.... " .. .. :.. -Ida 4.'00Lillie Court for my liAfhnrno! al guardiau of said Stamped Metal Shingles Ceiling and Outside
s Dal.-, " i" 7, . .VJIIU(( minor JOHN M. LICK, Walls-Any Design.
Mr., Steffcc, " .
"S. 10110( .M-lt mollily I OUHrillau.
.1I..le"o"o." ? p, 4000() -.-- -- I IRON FENCES AND MONUMENTS ,
'rixl lIarv.'y. " S. "in, 4oil
Jrn. Atwood. " Notice. .
ia in da :t'i'L5Mr. stMIL
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A HANDSOMES4OO *. Atwood .".| d 2 142R:! J Notlro: \IM hereby given that John II. Roger ,
May Pherigo " 15' 401)1)arr will make appilnattou to the Stale Board of
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Walilron "it: 4000ilvdora Pfirdouat Florida\ for commutation -
) Ru..ell" 49, . :IIi 00 of sentence on the MUM .... II"NIIT: : MAC3M.
i Nellie .. ... .... t-
PIANO Welherby "US 8ft 00Ron l'.HO..or 'n I hereafter an ran bn hoard. The
,; *ItpntTO. ':. ;' S. 14, .. sftooLAYo'unn Bald John I il. Roger having heen'o"Ylrled of ,
40. .. .. 2500lOWhlddtill murder lu tho-Brxt degree at the Spring Tnrm MACH BROS.
" 17, IIda1 /SO A. D, lUOn of the CircultCnnrt In and for the '
A rthur E Donog n. wood for school No 1 1800 County of Oitceola,and Htateof Florida. l
W J Sean,Incldti, frt and exp. .. 59 24 P. A. VAN AOKKW,
Went Steel l Oo lupplae for school No 1 187 Kkmerhtan J. i.. Moon Livery Fed and Sale Stable.
Seatloc Co. chalk, It blk brd 74 MlOnelit W J. HEiKM. ,
Hdw Co, mipplUi ichool no I 1 00 At!).. for Applicant. ,
Klnalmmaa, Fla.. Jan. 7th.! 1V10. 2.2ENotice WOOD :-DRAYINGJ
W 0 Tanner, Jaoltor school no 1. . 2t 00 ; v
We have arranged to give away to the most popular person irayntone Auto Co, well OhoolVa 1. 1O2 00

B<: Miller com Treandnb dl/No 2 ....: 162 ol Final.. .Settlement andApplication Everything Is Now and FirstClass.We will
entering the contespTa magnificent $400 .. '
Piapo of
one the .? BC Miller, a...... 181 Render Prompt and Satisfactory 'Service
.. for Discharge -
to BO..lller. l4 ." .4",..... 85 ,
best ever brought Kiss n1nee.: ... *
S W D klaklniton Co upplie,*school No 1,. 62 45BoVhool Notice U hereby given that the undersigned Day or NI ht. All Kinds. ,. ;
"._":;..'.1"...,"j'ff'' .. ;. of.. S i ---.c: 'M". .. .."....A""" .. ":" Hook Uepon boo..........,,.I4";; 8D:28OHrWadaUborchliblNal. an Admln,1.trator of the Estate of.,Jorry' 11. f i Heavy llaullng ,
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'' : f : -.,. . -. .:jr..7. .:. SOO Potter deoeaied. will oueturday, July 20d.I ) : . .. ;
< W C Ba...order attached. .?. .. .... 2M I, 1910 make final settlement with the County AT BEAMAN'S OLD STA ND.
PHONE 113.j..fl..N..N..Nllffa.N.fNNN.ff..N.N..NN..
CALL AND FIND OUT now YOU CAN The Chairman and Hon. P. A. Vans Judge of Oipeola County State of Florida, and )
apply for final discharge as said AilmlnlHtrator..;
Agnew, County attorney were requested -
Deo.22, 1909. E. I.. I> OTIHHTHSKT
to look into the condition of school

; GET IT FREE 'I 4o. 6 and to take such steps as they 52-dt-nio.. Administrator Ji>rr) M. 1'otUir.Rntale of . . . . . .
; thought necessary.The -- . . . . . . . . .=

Board also decided that it would n A. VANS AGNEW. ; WHAT-IT MEANS ;

S not be advisable to use the Auditoriumof ; I
Kissimmee High School for entertainments bas: "
: except those given by the 1 ATTORNEY: AT LAW... :: A BANK'S CAPITAL, AND SURPLUS I

Kissimmee Drug CompanyiiHoliday teacher the 'benefit of said school. AND: NOAARV PL' ':.'.,., j: In the fund that protects the deponlCora from Ion, therefore the larger It it the :CC
-'lfor' .
: greater protection the lieponitore have. rht bank has a
Thereng no further business, the .. Capital of .|AO,000 00
Board adjourned till next regular meet- KISS1MMKU, 1- LA :: BurploH fund 01 ...... I&.OOO 00 J '
,'- Stockholder. liability AU.OOO 00 .
W. G BASa Chairman. i :
+ .asoh' ing. .. A total Of ... ... ... ..,. Ill .1IOO 00 .
MFiAMNNK W. J. SEARS Supt.Attention \ BASS & PORTER: :: Thla means that we must. Into 115.000.00 before nr depositors ooold IMe a I.
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f" . :: conL This protectlou I. for YOU .

: : ,'.. Everybotfyl.A DEALERS IN i STA-rE BANK OF KI SIMMEE .,,1
Goods.t series of "Living Pictures will! -or-- I

: appear at the FratemltY.Opet'a, Houseon __ FancyfGroceries, Grain :I ,I''CI_saIMMtt.: FL.c" A.

k. to -. Friday evening. Jan. 28, at 8 o'clock. \ ands! Feed of All i o. A. CARSON JOHN M. LRBVlcwPraaldeot: : P.''N. B. CAR8OM" i
I I I.t. These "Living Pictures" will be presented Kinds.We P..lden' CaahlvrTHE
.. : ,-. l AN EXCEEDINGLY FINE LINE. OP by the ladies of the Episcopal solicit, part of your trade. -....--..---.....-..................-....................- -_.............................; "
l' church'and their friends and the pro- Country 'Produce, Hide and Fun '
will include music, singing and soldKISSiMLARIUA.- .
gram and :
: ; CUT. GLASS: i other attractions. bought ++1 t I li I I l ++I . I I I I I I I . I I . I II t I I" I .... kl\

,, > Everybody cordially invited to be l

f'r ,J| PURSES, :HAND BAGS, PAP TRICS," '. pre the ent.Episcopal Proceeds church.for the Admission benefit of PHONE dl. CASH STORE :

I' children 25c; grown folks, 35ctreaerv- Old paper be bought in any quantity .
? TOILETCASES; MANICURES ETC. ed seats; 60c, on sale at'the. Knsimmee. at this office for 20c per 100. The very
; Drug Co. First Door North of
.1 thing to put under matting or carpet, Postofflce) :

'p.L'rAND SELECT 'YOUR GIFTS. --..- "r1.
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';. 'V f 5. -SS A : | Call Before Buying Elsewhere -

TOWN"' LOT xrsr: :KJSSJb4: :: : .dEE 1of

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The Miller Farm lies partly in the. limits of

and BUILDER Kissiminee, and Js high pine land, the kind so
,. _w ; ._ I well adapted fruit and vegetable culture. A' SUNNY SOUTH -STABLES

. most healthy and beautiful location for a home.

1.\ 'Does'OVnp'rai Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti-! ......................_........... ....... "- .. J.\\ .

T _"r .........._.niates on' Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether,....- There are two ten-acre traits on this farm witha GEO. W. OVERSTREET, Prop l {
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Two-RoonrCottageror HQbL..Mike. .
----- ., hundred full beiringhoratt e trees on each j

" ,. a 'Specialty. of boring' ARTESIAN WELLS tract, that can be bought for $ttOO each. The L'ivery/Sale' and: BoardingWell
.' .. 'in which he has met with the greatest success best bargain this section.

f! :4:_. ,.' of, any Florida. ........................................... .. / with New
I equipped Stack and Vehicle. and pre- ,
: trill / WRITE TO OR CALL ON pared 1.0meet.. all demands with. perfect satisfaction.

.,., Givelr. Your work slid
be :well. and.9ul kly'done. Kissimmee, Fla. W= ALYE. A Heavy Hauling and ,Boarding Horses a Specialty. I

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NPRESENTING: list of Lands and Trucking Farms for sale we desire to be under- rune past "

I stoodthat: we consider them a well selected lot of property that has merit and the quaKfties ) tract of land. Shingle, Creek forms one boundary line,'and...... it )has a beautiful- 'lake front of, '

,irk i that'make good if farmed or operated on the line that nature intended. First, we call nearly ,two miles, thus giving transportation by launch ovecUie lake if desired. These lands "

attention to PARK GARDENS, which for location kind and quality of soil is not surpassed will produce abundantly any kind of crops common Jo this country*,, They 'require. less fertil .. r .

her because the/'are" underlaid by a blue) marl that retains both the and fertilizer
anywhere in the great State of Florida. We can sell in 6, 1O or 20 acre tracts at $100 per moisture 9 ,

I..I, .. acre, and' this price includes an artesian well, and if desired. will sell .on_.favorable terms of There is a good fall toward the lake making drainage certain and, easy. : .V

7,"., payment, giving the purchaser art opportunity to make the greater part of the purchase price Anyene'desiring an excellent truck farm cannot do better than to buy some or the.tractsof .

out of the land before paying for it. These lands are within close proximity to shipping facilities PARK GARDENS.
a little over two miles from Kissimmee, the county seat. A hard road is now build- _

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\ No. 1 moo; one-half cleared; 5-room bouse; some timber; all good ';Price $100 per acre. Same party has 40 acres fenced and M. '
for oranges or farming.. PrIce 2250. Time on part If 40 acres on opposite side of the road, one-quarter mile
Weatherby Grove and Home Farm. desired. drop hard road; splendid land $20 per acre.
This is an'excellent farm and ,grove; joins No.] 2. and No. 6 No. 13
i It an excellent place for two. friends who want the. bf..t.ercla88 .
of property. On this. property can be found a larger Timber Land. Beam an Grove-Pretty. location; Inside city limits; fine ,

variety. of fruits. than. most any grove in the country, and: We have 1500 acres of timber land which now has some bearing orange, ,grapefruit; and tangerine. grove; 'good
is all in a healthy ,growing; condition, bears abundantly valuable saw timber, and besides. Is /good farming and truck ,garden; ; nice 6-room cottage. ; stable. ; beautiful. shade, i _.
l .1 and brings ,good; returns. Mr. Weatherbv, ,grew; two-thirds. trucking land when the. Umber Is cleared off It Is well etc. Don't fail to see this. property If you want a money
o(.n' acre 01 egg( plant., and harvested and sold over*1OOO located as to railroads and shipping facilities and this maker at $4,000. .
worth from this small\ piece ot ground; while his neighbor. valuable tract. can be had for $0,25 per acre. Tills Is a
Mr. Milliard, made $1,200 from an acre and a quarter of rare bargain and will not remain long on the 'market, for No. 14 .

land from the. same kind of a crop. We will\ takeyou "0' it Is a money maker, and this Is the first time. we have been Several 5 acre traeis-of adjoining the . VV
J see the owner tnd you can with. him. He has a permitted. to offer it. on the. market. city. limits at $50 to 905 per acre, on terms if desired. -- 5. V
pleasant homt" good barn and everything! convenient and .
., .V ._,.:' handy.He has a pine apple garden also.) Has some of No. 7 No. 15 .
the finest Hammock land extending the grove If desired. x ,
10 acres land splendid for trucking and beautiful. Cut Over Land. "
No.2 sightly building location. ; about. one-quarter mile from i"
i, court house; 3J. acres nice pine trees on this land. We have a tract. of 6,000( acre >fcutQer_ land in -----
; ') Hilliard Grove. Owned Uy two Wichita, Kan people who will self for County. Florida that lea bargain and well worthy of '

This Is one of; the best. paying groves for its size in thecountry. $150 per acre. close investigation.,; It Is goad soil close, to railroad ..f'; rr
__, .There are 15 or more acres of excellent\ bearing town, and ready to go to operating and getting. ready for ". a
1 4. several acres more of splendid hammock; plenty No.8 the. plow. Would make a splendid colonization, proposltion. *,.- ,'.. -- t '

'. V land grove cleared for farming and trucking. Mr. Hllliard made Brvan farm of 420 acres; 21 miles I from county seat.; This can be had for $4.25 per acre. \ j t '

.- -. $1,200 on one and one-quarter acres of this land raising one-half mile from twp; shipping,; /at.ron.. ; over 40 acres No. 16 _
1/ ""\ < eggplant Plenty of good muck land: for pasture. and bearing grdved; or 6 acres just beginning to bear; 100 "

I l '+.1 / farming,; on a large scale If desired. A beautiful. 11-room acres fine muck land; lots. of excellent. hammock and some Some choice building.. on hard road, east. part of \ '
I cottage house; plenty outbuildings. and good barn; good highpine land; 10-room house, etc. A prospectus of this. city; pretty. view of the lake. Prices only $126 to $160 for It a.
Irrigating,; plant ( Skinner system), and one of the prettiest fine farm and grove will be sent free of charge to Interested bul'ding} site. + svd.

I t /' 'home-like places in Central. Florida. Large llveoak trees parlies.. $21,500 on terms will buy this. valuable property. .
with. hanging moss. Must be seen to be appreciated.Own No. 17 ,,
r has raised and educated his family, and , able No. 9 ...
to retire from .active business and take life easy. This Beautiful. Cypress Island located 2 miles from Kissimmee ' Oneoft.beobolceJoo..lon.1oKI..lmmee1or'. a'be.ut.I..r" .".. -, o
customer for ful home; !fine large wellbull residence with porch"and ; r."V i "
price i'veranda
No.. 1. Will take to owner ,, \ .
traotliolns in Lake Tohopekallga, is one of the. finest Investments. .- ,>" \', \ ,. ...,'
; J almost around ma $0x150f t '\ '
jB/Tlrtof building, ]feet
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terms! etc. .
On the market about 6 and ,' ,
I "\ : ''I'i' ; acres bearing orange servant's. house; fine shade on both sides 'front'' ,' 4
.. I No. 3 ;/ ]and' ,
,"'I, \ I \, grapefruit trees; finest of vegetable. 1.od..Owoer,; Is selling'yabout' J\\ >.-",rty'W V r
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..11;': .i, ., ."' .' \'......,; -J.qp1J'ii'J: ': ...J "'i'l. -Farm.Tbta '. 1, < V '. $200 worth ot tomatoes per. week from this place, besides ,- C .
.1' v: Poultry :
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\ he has both sweet and Irish potatoes lettuce. cabbage -
No. 18
'\ 30-acre tract of land'lies. three. and one-half miles etc. See this great bargain before someone else. gets F
\\\1) from KtsBlmmee. Station. on';'Midland Railway located the. prize. $10,000, easy terms. 32 acres of l.nd. all fenced and crons fenced; 12 acres y
_ ) on this. land. Seven-room cottage. stables. etc.; three well set to orange and grapefruit trees; about 100 large vacstrees
- I acres fine orange, grapefruit and tangerine groe.0 No. It In bearing,; 6 box houses, some timber, several acres t
I \ '.' acres of young grove, part of which Is just beginning to 16 acres, one-half mile from the court house; beautiful peach trees just beginning 'to bear Here Is the foundation ji
bear. Fart. of the. land fine tracking Und. part timber.. location; 9 acres ready for the. plow; rich.soil; most all of an excellent proposition thafwill grow bettereach "iyear
School and church less than a quarter of a mile from the fine trucking land; 6 aeres of it good grove and small fruit Price 12,'76O; terms if desired. '' .

house. Grove alone will pay large dividend on the price land: floe place to raise poultry; 6-ro om house newly -
f of the land. Thls'plaie. Is owned by a widow wbo lives on painted and covered; 3-room servant house; land easily No. !9., ,

I'I"; 'she desires! \ to sell and go to her people. Will sell for of drained. A real bargain at $2,250 on reasonable. term 101 acres excellent hammock and. muck-land with 'flue,. ;t,.. qtr. ,: ....,,
i 3toOO and put In household furniture. Tune. on part of payment. Location add. muoh to the-falue. of.this beach on'lake front, about 2 miles from Str-Clouds,:'will, .;, i1
._. purchase pride Jf desired.' property.. It. f 1' !well' funoed. I soon be worth $106 per acre; can be bought*.NOW for" $M f :
per acre. This Is a good proposition and Is \ t
V No. 4 No. 11 immediate action. prloed. -for" . ... .

44 acres. splendid land, one-half mile from Shingle 10 acres' of trucking )land fenced and 6 acres ready for . ," .aV' ,.
'station. and four miles from Kissimmee. Four and No. 2O 1 ;
I'. Creek the plow;flowing well; only little. over one-half mile from "
4 one-half scree good bearing orange croe.hf'aer; cleared court house; lust across the line outside city limits., Can acs,.
for gardening, balance la timbers-all good farming! ororange buy this fOr an even thousand dollars and.yon will Timber and Cut Over Lands. ,. ,
'. land. This can be bought for $2.600. Terms U desired make no mistake in buying it.No. 2600 acres' of land 4 miles from Kissimmee and ,
Same party. has 40 acre. near by foi( sale at $25v .. near) k
S 'woOolobr towns-on two different lines.
I '. fart of, n + 1 p,5
.' per acre. \ J12 has had the timber removed and part I* virgin Umber and + '

\ No. 5 \ 42 acm of fine, rich deep muok land adjoining city will cut lots of good cypress> and pins.lumber. .Full, 'parr\

a / 40 acres of good land adjoining town site of 1a'11Q:: limits, on hard ro.dll'ood/ drainage and ehoioe location- oculars to Interested. ... # f''
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The_above properties' are only a partof our extensive list, and, we'are' send fur- frequently property' is going higher'but has* not nearly reached its true value and *'HERS'''f* ,"

LItt .. ther lists to interested parties, and detailed information concerning any particular place that plenty of roem: for safe and profitable,, investment; as'well, as for, delightful hornet.. ;"'o/,;We hare . Y

,'" we have for sale, and, invite and answer correspondence? promptly. We will introduce you to the best part of Florida to show you and you will like hospitable congenial people, a'welt; r

I' the owners of. property we control and you may deal direct with 4'y them and we will see, that as the excellent healthful climate.. Our soil is fertile: and*very 'productive r" andjyill grow:very- -- ; r I'

you getlperfect titles and fair treatmentTo .. .' ..: abundantly anything anyon -may"deslr" to:plant ., i- ". \- ." "

; those who think that this part of Florida was put out of business by the late cold snap Come and see us and we will treat you right, and help you,to locate favorably.and to' "', .

j I \ we desire'to say that while some of the tender vegetables were hurt and a small per cent. of your advantage. Now is the, time and here. is the place.- \ \ theSoliciting

the: were touched, yet thousands of boxes of fruit are, being picked off the trees and ,1'
your business or correspondence, we are \
II I shipped to market. People are coming here from all over the country. and buygjg? homes, con- \ "" aVERY

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r _Valley' soils the loss of phosphoric acid and ST. .- CLOUD COLONY .\' ... .

(, potash must also be;Meble. TOWNJTIATT ,, f
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? 1 .n Valley'Oaette Building. rainfall-say: 4 to 6 inches-soon after Interesting Items of News Gathered '
Items of General
Mao OSCXOLA OODNTT.>LA., fertilisers have been applied, 'much by Our Correspondent in the nt&estJrom.- > .PoMab1e.Ire ::
r more of the.plant'food would be leached Thriving little, Capital l of I
i, Home of the Old Soldiers. . > ,
1 1InUit, Editor sad Prop'r. out and carried beyond the reach of the : .- *. '
J ,.' -h Prosper Colony. .
root than amount of rain '
lfJhls same e. \ ... .' .
: 1-.1\;\ huascal""ON UTJCSI/ had been, distributed over..period of 'the past week, ,.has seen many improvements 1<. : \ ... .
'-1- ,.. .,. .. .... and visited friends In : '
.Mrs. Raus
: . .u,. -sett 00"if several' weeks \}n groves where we in this town, and the future IOn ,
cx.F'. to
r.: : ' have a cover crop established during the welfare o( this community is now a pos Orlando last Monday sees \ :.
"if,, .n"'t"- .. ept from oar-author. rainy season, the loss wbuM not be'so itive fact. Any-one who takes a casual Messrs. E. M. and Isaiah Thomas '.
ter.murt b*temd bit th 'writer it stroll will drove to Orlando on Monday on business.
,a matter will not b* returned unUwt great,as would where clean culture around.the different streets \ .. 1
\\ .' is the rule, since the network disroots see signs-of prosperity on every, hand.' Mr and Mrs. A. R. Kerr and children .,''.1'iI.f'>:\h"'",,

,, tb.PoBtoflkM In KlMilmmM. FU..MWll would tend to heck the downward New buildings of a substantial natureare -were shopping in Orlando Monday. .................."., \.................. \aN\\\\N\\NN\. '---.;hR. +-+.
..- 9WtMIV .. rnqvement Ihe'.waten being erected In'a l parts of .then Elders Merkley and Adams were {

T-; .' '-.- It is Impossible'to"form, an' accurate i and tpnts are rapidly giving way guests at the Prescott home last week. .I

r '; Friday, Jan. 21, 1910. estimate of the JOBS from the last two I to h us of modern type and conven They preached to a fine'audience At, -

causes, but that more! or 'less ,loss i is ience. '. JBfoggy' Creek Sunday. "
sustained is evident, and it must be Work has (ready commenced on. the Mr. Mack of North Carolina has

Primary Will Be Held May 10th. taken into consideration when we decide new hotel, th material having been again returned 'to Taft, and he expects Have you examined. BOYti'S N1

Jacksonville. Fla?Jan 18.-The- Flora upon the quantity of fertilizers to shipped, and the\building will be to Engage in business of some kind .

ida State Democratic Executive Com- be applied. No doubt jn many canes completed as soon as ossible. It is the J. W. Collier and family haye movedto .. .. GALVANIZED IRON PORTABLE FIREPLACES -
this Joss could be reduced without harmto Intention of the company, to erect a Montebrook to live. We regret their ,
Iolttp.methere: today and called
a prl-
the crop by a judicious use of more good, modern hotel, with e.vety convenIence departure and trust they may decide to r
r : .1' mary election to! be held May 10 for the : for return to Ta t. 'I
humps-forming materials, and thus the guests. A capable manager ? They are made of heavy !,
h 1) 4;! 1 ''purpose of nominating United States cost: of fertilizing would be lessened.An will be in charge, and it is expected .D. B. Sphaler was a business visitorto ,

\f, I 'Senator, Congressman, and all State average ClOp of cotton consisting i I, this house will become one of the mo Orlando last week. '., ,I

1N 1": jand county officers. A second primary 'of 300 pounds of lint and 6(4 pounds of popular hotels in this section. ,Mr. Herbert Watkins of Virginia has galvanized, Iron and come complete '.

k 'f 1 r "wiijbe held June 10th for the purpose seed per acre v,.ould remove from the Ground has already been broken for co rh leted his house on his farm and ,"" ,I
of filing offices where candidates failed soil 5.3 pounds of ammonia poundsof ari up-to-date electric light, 'power and moved his family in Tuesday. We exx ready to be set in the house. As 0 ...
' .. r to receive a majority in the first pri- phosphoric 'acid and* 9.9 pounds of pumping plant, and workmen are busy tend a cordial welcome. ,

:lDary 1que"tlon of holding a State potash. Nearly all this is in the cottoh ge.tting the frame work ready for rais Mrs. A. S.> ,eningtdn and daughter

convention will be aubmitted to the seeds, there being' only 3.3 pounds of ing. This will give !a plant which will Marie were shopping in Orlando Mon- cheap as a stove and give you the ''';

,people in the priniary election. The fertilizing Ingredients in 300 pounds of furnish power and light and will fill a day.E.. i

Judiciary was taken out of politics.Beraafter lint. It i is assumed' that,, the body of much needed requirement in this town. M.' Thomas's house 's about completed" ,. "

the governor will appoint the plant is returned to the soil. It is Beginning Thursday, Jan. 20th, the and he expects hisnjotlier here comfort of the old style fireplace. -

d Judges and prosecuting attorneys apparent that the orange crop-draws Atlantic- Coast Line Railroad will install from Illinois the latter par \of the .

Instead of them being nominated much more heavily upon the soil than a ticket office and an' express week. A cordial welcome i is ex ded *

in primary election. I does the cotton crop. agency here in St. Cloud, which will bea to her.J. We have them in stock. Let us show -

1 Able men all over this State have I Analyses of 11 varieties of Florida oranges great convenience to merchants and W. Slater, brother-in-law to O. E.
'awaited with Interest the convening of : show that every 10 boxes of 80 othel"-rr siring to shipgoods direct. Mr. Corwin, of Jasper, Mich., is here on a them to you. N ,

'thiaacntnilttee, representing the FlortsT pounds each contain 1.2 pounds of am- Riddle, General Superintendent of the visit and to look over the country. He .

*>- Uiaarl>einocraUc body' politic and these monia (equal to .96 pounds of nitrogen), Atlantic Coast Line, accompanied by is well impressed; and we hope he will .

will approve the elimination of the judiciary 4 pounds of phosphoric acid and 2.32 the Chief Engineer and 'other officials, dicide to buy.
, from politics. Many of the pounds of potash. With these figuresat made a visit to this town last Wednesday Our number is increasing every day.

ablest and most intelligent public men hand it is easy for us to calculate the and completed arrangements for a The census taken bv W. Murphy was

bar long favored the elimination of amount of fertilizing constituents re- new station which will be erected at 176, and a goodly number has arrived

o the bench from politics although these moved per acre in a crop of any size.S. .- once.Mrs. since that was taken. .
have not been without oppon nts. E. Collison, in Florida Agricultural Fleming's lodging house on Flor- We are told a building will be erected

Many' politicians accounted among Experiment Station Press Bulletin 138. ida avenue is. nearing completion and soon to-be used for school and church -

...:,' the abrewdeat in the South, have fa- -- -- will be ready for occupancy in a short purposes. We will be glad to see it. '
':-', vored everything in politics, regardless Resolutions. time. "Uncle Billy" Smith, 82 years old, is'' Osceola ifordware :

. Of what the position might be or the A. II. King's new bungalow on Michigan visiting at the Prescotthome., .
r Whereas it has the Divine
i dignity attached to it, and from these pleased avenue i is completed and he will Mr. McCain is finishing up a neat
Father to send forth the Grim
opposition will be expressed to the act Reaperand mbve into it this weak. It is nicely sit- cottage on his town lot and expects his
from brother c: c A N
iry in all parts of the State. remove amongst us our uated and presents an attractive appearance I family here soon. ,
K. Katz, to dwell with Him
Many will insist that the governor throughout and it is a model of comfort I Mr. N. Dennis has completed a three-

ti I appoint circuit judges and prosecuting; Eternity, and and convenience. room cottage on one of his town lots,
attorneys, instead of these being nominated Whereas, our brother had not only '" Mrs"Geiger: of Kissimmee Was boughtthe and his family have arrived from Kis-

in primary elections;, is by no reached a ripe old age "in which the boarding house formerly run by simmee and are here to stay. Welcome.A. .
"almond tree flourisheth but had
means an improvement, but. opinion in attained Mrs. Zimmerman, corner Kentucky ave. R. Kerr and family are enjoying
this matter is also well divided and a rank in our Fraternity surpassed and Tenth street. their new house which was .lately built ANNOUNCEMENT-

within the next few weeks the State by few, and \ Among the r n\"arrivals, 'we' note on one of their town lots.
Whereas the the father *
press is certain to be filled with com- ; deceased was the following: Ernest Hoppee, Foster- Mr. Fenton i is building on his lot, and ,

+ went upon the action of committee, of our worthy Past Master1; M. Katz oia, 0.; G. .W. Dougherty, Hamsburg, 'so the buildings are springing up every- To the Citizens of St. Cloud-- Greeting: "
therefore be it resolved the
both commending and condemning. by Orange\ Penn; D. II. Hill, Prairie City, Iowa; where. "f"On
; Blossom No. 80 F. & A. M. or about February 1 st your
Lodge, : we wjllopen in city the ST. CLOUD
For E. T ;
several months past the question Hopktn ,hicago, 111; Jas. Kelley, Mr. Plummerfeldt has completed his
That we extend our Brother Katz PHARMACY with a first-class stoclvof Drugs, Druggist Sundries and
.. .holding, a State convention has been Pitaburg, Pa.; Jno. Lee, Pittsburg Pa.; house, and his family is enjoying it to
and his family our heartfelt sympathyin Toilet Articles in charge of a capable Registered Pharmacist, and will
"agitated' and on this point the various C. A Roy, Leroy, Minn. ; A. B. Swift, the fullest extent I ,
their bereavement, and beg to remind handle only the purest and best drugs. Our prescription
,, political interests have been the aloes Lockport, N. Y.rE. L. Wheelock, War- A. S. Lenington and J. W. Sims were departmentwill .
them of the Supreme Architect of be complete in every respect and our patrons will be assured of
, alert in the expression of opinion, some I ren, O. In Orlando last week on business. '
the Universe who doeth'' all things well; prompt and accurate service.
q assailing the pnmary system bitterly I Another saw mill will be in operation |
and that, though our brother's body has I
r i while others have held it up as the been consigned from which it came, yet I Prcnoh Convicts. before long, and then we hope the sup- Respectfully .

greatest boon possible to a free people the kind acts which he performed in his Convicts who are sent to the French ply of lumber will come nearer equalingthe J. C. MOORE Mgr-
''. & and aa most representative of the entire penal colony In French Guiana are demand.
d wishes of the people. everyday life will live on and pn,jn an punished in exactly; inverse ratio to Di. McElroy.was called to Taft last \

y It is believed that the decision of the ever-widening circle. their crUnea. The murderers and tie Monday to attend Baby Lenington who
Resolved further, that a copy of this convict sent to Why Pay Sixty One l
most dangerous are or
commit to submit.this question to i if quite ill with bronichial trouble. We
tribute be forwarded to our' brother, the Island of Salvation when they
e da people at the primary election will are glad to say he Is better, at this
Put Master Katx, a copy be Inscribed lead lazy and healthy lives, but the "
'>, meet with the sanction of all the peo- of lesser. offenses work 'waiting- . -. ': "
in.our minutes, and a copy be furnished '
P".2 South Florida, since! then all in- 'tile Hundred When You Can
the KUsimmee Valley Gazette. for pub- and rib In a terrible climate on for .
t.rest6dmay register their pue feelingaa lication. coot in thesettlement of St ;Jean $ale. ,
to primary and convention. d throat the Mortality ia from 40 to
N. C. BRYAN, Orchard and farm, with 360 bearing
09 per' cent The average life ace the Best '
Buy for
w ; Fertilizer ROMA THOMAS, _net Is two.years: orange trees; grapefruits, tangerines,
Removed W.. W. CARSON. sat umaa, naval oranges, pear trees, .

In ''an Orange Crop The Carnival.The wa slaves Which er Was are ItAre we? free- near.f* olives around mulberries 6-room house and; nice good shad water trees; GO Seven Fifty ? ?

Wright-Turner Carnival Company thundered the erator. "I pause fer a acres; 7 acres In cultivation; 43 acres r ,\

has been exhibiting here this reply.Some' ." good timber; situated on the rock road

a In order that we mey-fertllixe intelligently week oa the vacant lot north of the of aa are sDarried.caasa the one mile from city limits on main roadto

we should know the amounts of old opera bouse. The city of tents aaawer York freas Haa.An the. last row at eeata/ St. Cloud. Price$4.000; liberal terms. I 176O acres adjoining and near Kisaimtnee en '

'tha fertilising 'elements which are r.d .- with Its merry-go-rodnd, .confejttl; and Mew Arthur E. Ponegan. KUsimmee. Fla. good roads in- the flowing well district Titles f
'tttbond tte "Gar'1IOIbI In- the fruit we '
pi fascinating noises is always deai'to the
r, ;s od'4way.A; , further knowledge of hearts of the children, u well as some \| J.dgeDs; yea OppertuaIV.awear te_11 dieUte for Sale. .. perfect at SEVEN FIFTY per acre. ",:r i

: the nature and behavior of' our soils Isrequired of the grown-ups"and they have been I[trait. whole trathT Fair WttaeaalP 'Six hundred acres muck, hammock Why buy wild land when you can by the best :
z I ,,U gukl."us II! this respect doing a thriving business. With his wlU he Jast perfectly Iort7 It .f.
... and, pine land lying along Sugar Belt improved farm in Osceola county for less money?
.. .. ". :.Finally we should make 'due allowance usual alertness Sheriff Prevatt eliminated yea really have the ttoM to _
about three miles from Klsstanmee
,. .- .- .i.for the plant food that la lost through Harper's Baaar. railroad. 160 acres with stock tools all '
1 v'/ all the gambling devices early in also on dirt road to St. Cloud. poultry, gees. ;iY'i:
'_ V leeching.. the week. leavingonly the show, and Terms liberal.
and small Will
j "' UtUa of Ula goes f lag way" Good buildings grove.
W. find that In, an average crop"of'
,f1t."JIGO hexes.of 80 pounds1 per acre, Innocent, amusements .to operate. aid the aaroaaat aa ha flaked the ash sell as a whole or will cut up Into tracts I 1 (iy1Y
v ire from 84.4 Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Austin have returned firam'hla olgaT asrvard Laaapaoa. of fifty or one hundred acres with lake
there removed the soil t;
..Wrr, 'pounds{( ati'} nonla(eqoal to 28.8 pounds from Orlando, to' which, city sued railroad fronts '
WHO and County Superintended W: J. Sears For further particulars write or call W. L. V .
moved DUZOR
they some expect
?s ,\\ttt nitrogen)?JSK7: pound of phosphoric spent a day or so the early part of the
Bull Bass, Kisaimmee. Fla. dec.10
t' acid, and 7X1.8 pounds of potaah.This to make Kissimmee their pumanent week attending to business Jackson on

loss eould Just be supplied by: 188. home. I villa. .

r '. :pounds of''sulphate of ammonia (anal- H f '

- ei .tysing S6.per cant) 79.5; pound* ofacldphosphate 4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST. 4.
(snMyiYng.16 percent), andS 0"I I i :::1IIT

f 148.5 pounds' of high-grade sulphate of .
potash (analysing 49 per cent). CJcj f iVIAAtlantic _:
Tb.f.rtilisinReoruthuents removedin '
the fruit do not represent the total QU1 Coast Line : --

tai .loss of rplant-food-from the sot: We FURNISHED 0 "
le must take Into consideration two other H FURNISHEDON.
IHrt 1 1P
sources of lose-the material used in tha 1:; "DIXIE FLYER" "SEM1NOLE LIMITED" S

'production. of n.w wood leave and H PI fl

". root;and, that lost from the soil by 0 : "SOUTH ATLANTIC LlMITEp" "MONTGOMERY ROUTE" ,;

leaching; rq. .f
The following are the! number of CJPP rid %

''pounds of ammonia, phosphoric acid f"T') s fl Through Pullman Cars from Chicago, St. Louis, .

'''-and.1,000 potash pound In of 1,000 wood.pounds In the of leaves'leaves and are IS THE BEST STRENGTHENING TONIC WN".' a (A1i I. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville,

s, 18.4,, ''pound of ammonia, 1 pound of for Feeble Old People, Delicate Children,Weak, Run-down yes ) w p. Nashville Atlanta, Birmingham. '

pboephopciichtand# 4
4lpoundtef.potash. Persona, and Counteract Chronic Coughs, Cold and M : ,
In the wood there are 8.5 pounds of'ammoai.

.,5 pound of phosphoric acid Bronchitis,is because it combines the two most world-famed .,....c. < 9to :c : :IJ= oFor CAR 1GERVIC: : : :s '

" 'and\,7 pound of potaah. As may be tonics-the medicinal, strengthening body-building elements 2: 0 ,-1

seen, the tree draw most heavily upon oi Cod Liver Oil and 'Tonic Iron, without .oil br grease, t> i

:the ammonia and potaah. However af- tastes good, and agrees with every one.We'return (3X p information call on Atlantic Coast Line Ticket Agent, or 1
Ur[,the tree,reaches- maturity the loss' 1;
+ of plant food rttm;4L i-sl ._.due to formation year coney without question if VIDQI'cIoee .1 J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent, '
not accomplish all we claim for it. i ,
of:.haves''.and wood would'be i '
Tampa, Florida,
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The.los by leaching falls moat bea'Yi4JJ'OD - ,

; ,ths] ammonia'and,1 'greatest Valley Gazette Ads. Do the Workh "

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The Klsslmmee Valley GazetteTKLKPHONK i New line'.Silk WaJsting.,.'Indivldoai. -. .''- "" \ '. -I.-----. ... ."N" .,.."...*.*.' If

'NO.. 11. pattern Old papers at KaU's.for sale' at this office, Modid't G nulfch"' .., : BUY A 'lEA'RM. . ."'"

110 cents a hundred. t4 -

JPUBUSH1xD, fiyERY FRIDAYBT t For Sale-Three good males and three ; . : .0. .. Y ::<

!.good hone..' 4-tf 'z. W. MlUJtR: NOTICES' Ana'.. INFORMATION' .. < 1 ". .. ;.e.-0. \ ,1.
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w. a.. MA..R.8... Pennell, agent' for Sayman'i Vell'' .. IN. THE .. .. :JW//
The :
;:;: table Soaps and remedies andOrdwsy's following btitlstics'of' Southern . ,: : .. : i '
.Platera 4-13t-pd Methodism are taken from the Raleigh,; s,. .,., -' '.. N,' ; a
Christian Advocate, and will show the .; ,..
Weather Report I': A :person wanting a garden already I position of the Methodist Episcopal ... : ; 1 .
c made to hand can net the famous "Rc- Church, South, for the year 1909. .
tundo Model Truck Farm"" from J. M. The total number of member is now
.Willson,'Jr. 2-tt 1,812,717, showing a net fain for the 4
| Following are the daily,Urn* of-$6.895.:
and i. M Wnl80It! r.baa for sale-.tbe The, total number of
\perature precipitation a* : *' traveling preach oit
. 4L reported by the Government 'Model Truck 1"ann f..D..Rotundo. ors,-not Including-supplies, Is 6,338; local Lavenp (
the farm that made Kissimmee famous preachers, Inclul'lnsr-WUJ'P1ie.' 6,015. ;
station at Kissimmee for the
as a trucking center. 2-tf There were admitted on trial 331. Number :
week ending Jan. 20, 1910. Wanted of locations, 54. Number of preachers -
.' ,I i':' Help : middle-aged womanor who have died, 76.
10 to 12 wanting a borne will do "
:.4 MAX HIM. SULIM There'were paicTfof" "Domestic Missions ::
well to writ for
'- m. particulars. Mrs.
::j Friday* ..oo. 72 62 . A. S. Lenington, Pine Castle Florida Foreign$296 Missions 771-a gain' of (10,823 for of .. .1'',
160,969-a gain .
. . . Oct. 22-tf.
; Saturday 70 61 .
yr $12,389 Woman'sForeign Missionary
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_. ',ij' .Sunday.. . . 70 ,, 63 . Piano Tuning and' Repairs-Mr. M. Society. '30,716-a gain ot '26,664: .. .' *

.. .... .( Monday . . . 72 64 . Stoddard representing the- LuddenCampbell Woman Home Mission Society,$572,985a -. . :
.. .': -:I I Tuesday.. .. .... 76 44 WOO Smith Music Co. will be here gain of 96041. ' . :; ; 1n .
Paid for Bishops, 962,926, presiding .
. 76 65 , Monday. ,First-class workmanship. ,i 'CI \
Wednesday. 2-1t ,
elders, $630,367 preachers-ln-Change, :
.- ""1 Thursday . . 71 49 .14 Leave orders at the Home Store. es,927.2M; Conference; Claimants,$258- : ..; ,",," "..;'!':'r lt'.I

Paper Hanging.-If you want a neat 350. On the last item there was a O. .," 'r \,", ': f ,
'j j job of paperhanging done drop a notice gain of $17,263.Sunday 0 .q, .
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in the postofftce lor me. I have a fine school officers and teachers ri//;

hKVVK N, line of New York wall' paper samples 120,861; Sunday school scholars 1,258- ;"'\;.' ,
which I will be glad to sow. 467. !total, 7,379,328-a gain of 57881. .' '
2-tf JOHN G. HOWARD. Epworth League members, '141,928 :. " ...t. /
THE LOCAL fiELD. a gain of 3,386. ') 4 ",
'J I I Iil [ Mr.'R. P. itanaen's barn on Cypress \ .- f,...4.'',,f-;
: Island was destroyed by fire last Tuesday -;

_. NMK "" with The, but building the contents was covered including Mr. Fleming in spent Tampa.Monday_transacting .. Seventeen miles south of Klsslmnieef t ,on -theAtlantic :_ '

eight tons of hay, was a total '
The Christian aiidMissionary Alliance Coast Line '
Railroad. _.'r
'1 Wade the tuner, Orlando. :' loss. will meet at the Christian church next $, ; Y

i 'I ler.Dwellings, for rent,.apply to M.. Til Messrs. J. M. Hansel and S. Mona Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock.. Beautiful. farms. in the lake .section of Polk, ,.
fer M
went to Jachsonville I".
up Mr. and-Mn. J. P. Dillow of Cleveland .
'- See our line of Ladies' and Misses' night to represent Orange Blossom Ohio'arrived in the city last night County.Lands productive and especially adapted, "
Suits at Katz' Lodge, F. & A. M. at the Grand Lodge and will probably locate here. .
which has been in session in that -
to- citrus
Checked apron gingham at Stanford this week. . Mr. Chas. Wilson of Bartow spent fruits and vegetables. t

Co's. for 6c per yard. Tuesday in'this city the guest ot his ,.4-
The editor of the Gazette ie ,
Valley _
Great bargain in waah skirts at H. indebted to Mr. D. Rotundo for an ex- brother-in-law. Rev. J. T. Mitchell.Mr. ON TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS t ,

.: C. Stanford Co's. - cellent specimen of celery grown in his Clem W. Breaker has returned .

j A lot of MI..e.' and Children' Sweat famous garden Mr. Rotundo will ship to Chattanooga. Tenn., after spendingthe FIVE-ACRE-FARMS, $125 .
ers one-half price at KaU't. several hundred crates of celery this holidays with his parents: in Kissim- ,. I

season. mee. TOWN LOTS IN DAVENPORT 6Oxl5O FEET $80' ,. ,
__ ,1 Agency of the White Star Laundry. : :, .." ,
Mr. and Mrs. of Sabula, Iowa,
Laing ,
Home Store. Phone 164. Miss Sallie E. Brown of Chattanooga ii .
at the their G. of .1 '' ,' .
son Laing Bridgewater, Tenn.. is visiting the family of H. M.
I those lawn shirt waist cut S. D., and Mrs. Agnes Gage of Clinton Breaker and will remain here for the
See price.
Iowa, arrived in the city Monday to No Chances No "
half H. C. Stanford Co'.. winter. -
:1-; I in at spend a couple? of months enjoying; our I '1-

s .' Buy a nice residence lot 60x160 feet delightful winter climate. Mr. Bate Barnes linotype operator V .

in Davenport. Terms to suit. 3-tf of on the Orlando Reporter-Star, was in Select and hundreds of others -
Hon. Arthur E. Executive the city Tuesday greeting his many old your tract buy as ,(.
the State Democratic Committee -
For perfect fitting eyeglasses friends. '
see Dr. P. G. White. went up to Jacksonville Mon- are doing in this promising Colony.
day to represent Osceola county at the The Rev. David D. Kidd will hold .
Dress gingham 6 to 12Jc at the old meeting of the Committee held in J ack- services in. the Episcopal church on .
reliable store of H. C Stanford Co. ville this week. Sunday, next.. Evening prayer and sermon LARGE HOTEL WITH AMPLE ACCOMMODATIONS NOW OPEN.

-' For Sale-Residences. Good locatjon, Mr. W. G. King, local representativeof at 3:30.: For further information write to'FId.Development _,n v.
good water. 48-tf G. F. PARKER. the Seminole l Land and Investment Mrs. S. E. Davis and son of Elza,
Company purchased through A. A. Ga., have returned home after a visit
LaRue serves only seal-shipped oys Loll this week an E-M-F 30 touring car with the family of her brother, Capt.
ters. No melted i ice to .destroy the to be used by the officials of the com- J. P. Sharp. I
flavor. pany in going back and forth from Kis- I
simmee to St. Cloud. Capt. J. P. Sharp recently visited his Co.
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran-
family here.The Captain has a host of
teed. Price 25 cents. \i Sold by all Mr. L. E. Barbeau, accompanied by friends in Kissimmee who are always
druggists.,; U117-8 Mr. A. T. Sitterly; general; manager of glad to welcome him among them. =

,r Bl1y a 6-acre farm from the .Daven- the S. Howes Company of Silver Creek, :
Colony Company seventeen miles N. Y., in which Mr. Barbeau is largely Capt. Alfred Donegan returned to -
soutnxif Klssimmee. 3-tf interested arrived in the city this weekto Sanford Wednesday morning after a
spend the remainder of winter at Mr. brief visit to Mrs. Donegan who i is DAVENPORT FLORIDA. -
-Go to HSsC. Stanford Co'.. depart Barbeau'. winter home on the.island. spending,; the wint rwith relatives here.
ment store SThey are the originators
of low prices in Kissimmee.New . Misses Mayme and Allen Leake of Mr. Jno. A. Wilson of Franklin Pa., I II $
Clinton S. C., over in Kissimmee one of Kissimmee's regular winter visitors Capt. J. E. Moseley of Gotha was in I ': 1
", hotel just opened at Davenport, Wednesday stop on their is here again to spend a. few Vie city this week. ; !o
seventeen miles south of Kissimmee. way to Tampa to visit their sister, Mrs. weeks enjoying,our delightful climate. tlr

-- Good hunting and fishing. 3tfFor C. E. Moody. While here they were of DeLand state Mis Mattie Butts of Newman, Ga., . .. ,
Mrs. S. J.
of Mrs. C. V. Longdon is the of her cousin '"
the appreciated guest will guest ,Mrs. J. R.
bargain in resident property, president of the C. W. B. M., meet
and Mr. and Mrs. W. KHarri Gilbert.
truck land and orange grove call on ..- with the local C. W. B. M, at the home '"
; H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee, Fla. 4-tf ? of Mrs.. Aultman Tuesday, Jan., 26th, Mr;'Ch... Hart, a prominent businessman

Seminole. Lsnd&inve.tmentCompany Mr. Jos. Sherouse, one of) Tampa'sleadin& at 7 p. rn. ,, of Fort Meade, 'was In the city j.

.,,:' -. stock (St. Cloud Colony)*. Ray. Kissimmee citizens on..ittonday'on spent a.short hi* ,way time in to Mach Broa., the J liverymen, have purchased yesterday.- . -' ,, v-.f, r o ""ou va some.. '
r' mond Moor Graystone Hotel. Wt pa M. .agency the The
,- DeLand to attend the annual meeting through Tiler's, young people of Kissimmee enjoyed -
old livery stable near the Inn, to which a delightful dance at Makinson's!
After November 15th wood will be of the.State Federation Of Labor- and in
place we they move hall l last Tuesday night 4r-3
wonderful :
expressed much surprise at the -
*1.28 a stran delivered. time.
Klsslmmee Lumber Co. progress our town ha made the past a Good in.
Mrs. J. J. Drake eon and daughter Bargains
r The ladies of the Christian church have returned to Tiger Bay after visit i!
Seminole Land&Investment Company year.W. 1
will be pleased to meet with the visiting
with Mr
J. P. and
sale. A. McCool Jr., arrived this week ShMrp family.
stock (St. Cloud Colony) for Raymond ladies of the city at the home of
Moore, Gral.t n. Hotel. l-4t pd to spend the remainder of the winter. at| Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Friday afternoon, Mr., Helon Bell arrived in the city '
the McCool Steer Beach. The :
place on '
remainder of the family will follow in a, Jaiu., 28th, 8 .to 6. this week from Georgia to attend the KISSIMMEE LOTS'A
and lettuce
For Sal.-Lot of fine celery bedside of his mother Mrs. T. J. Bell
and have rented-a of ;
few portion
day .
1 plant at the Model Farm, justacross Mr. Nelson of the Nelson Realty Co. whom we regret to learn Is quite seriously '
McPhatter's'reeldenee .... !
for the : .
.' Mr. -
,. the railroad from the Inn. of Kissimmse, came up in his Ford 'ill). . .. -V; .
make this their
to .
preferring: city
1 son '.. '
of rienda II.I
i yesterday, bringing a party \, ,
Seminole Land A Investment Company and back.and forth to
for aal headquarters go to see the prettiest little city in the.tate.B.porte..Star.1 Ths.old building of the State Bank of .' . k *,*;'I' wiT
: .tock i(St. Cloud Colony Ray the grove. Kissimmee has been moved from the ,
J mond Moore, GraysUme HoteL l-4t pd -4Mr lot" and the contractor:* are'JIOW ready; .- Apply to .? .. .... "Ii )' .1li'I(

Land&InvestmentCompany .- D."D.I Rod '*'of Daytona. Fla., Mr. A. E. 'Thomas, who moved toKlahimmee to begin work on the new brick structure ..'. : '''f I: .-
.. Seminole was in the city Wednesday on hi*.way a few months ago :from ..' ',.. )!I""' .
"' tock (St. Cloud Colony) for sal.. Ray to the Lake Kisslmmee country. Mr. Pitteburg. Pa., was called to that city . .;, "l'
:{ mond Moore Gray ton. Hotel. l-4t pd. Rodgers i ii .a dill engineer and ha on Monday by a telegram announcing Mr. D. L. Morrison of DeLand ha :- t wG.q, -
lot been employed by Mr. Lynch and Ills the death of his brother.Mr. accepted a clerical position with the : D Rut" Eb : \
".}:' For Sale-Very'dsirabl.reklent! associates to take charge of the surveying ; Osceola Abstract Company,, and. ar M TI7IL'LSO'N' .. 1
., close to court house at bargain price; of the I land which W. G. King of .Bt Cloud went rivedfew days ago to assume. hie .. tJ.J.: "HHan1lCe.Y': .
}/J excellent investments. H. M. Breaker they recently lar5f.EbodY twe.n Lake. down to Tampa Monday to look after duties, . ,

iy agent. Kiasimmee and the shipment of material for the new -. KISSIMMEE'FLORIDA,. ,i..i ,-
; For Sale-One .f the beet orangeKTove brICk hotel and the electric light and ice For Sale: . f* ... ...... . " ,
plant, now being reeled at that Iae. ,a ,.:. I, .' r "" ._ ,
in Florida. 80 acre land. 700 Mr. Robert Folsom of Washington, D. .
I Tea, acre* good trucking land adjoining .. ,. ,, _. "
trees; house, be.t water no better location. a, arrived here this week to Join his limit. fenced S I>> ;under r '
lira. Mollie Garrett and son, Mr. city ; ; acre ,r' -v _
48-tf G. F. PAJUUcm. father, Capt. Moeee Foisom'of the National '. r
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arrived plow; flowingwelt Pri"11.000 termsif .
John of Ga.
Perry Tasewell ,
Tribune who i* spending sometime ... . 1
desired. several .
; and .W e also have tract .
( Wednesday-afternoon are guests '
Wanted-The beat' five or, ten acre at St.'Cloud..Xr.'olaom,1n com- . :. '. ,
I. tract of land Imprc)red with orchards with his father paid this office a of Mr. G. B. Woodall and family. They for ale on.terms/ and Can snit anyone ,,-' . rf ...; ".141':

r .! :' and buildings etc., that HKOO will buy. pany pleasant visit on Wednesday,and stated were welcomed: by many-relatives and 2-tf desiring an excellent Investment. .; .. ..... J'. .,.r ...... ' .
No'agent*. P. W. Foley, St. Cloud. It that he was so well pleased with our friends. ., . .NCLSON.. ."...REALTY. Co. v, I '

l SAi : orange city that, he.had decided to make hi* 'Mr'; Henry R Overstreet left oa Monday r ;;
: FOR CHKArlrrlt'aur acre '
ent.home here and go into busi SEEDS ;:,.. POULTRY SUPPLIES: ,
-' grove, good. 7-room .house and other perm for Miami, in which city he will en- .
."' Kissim- nee. in packing and shipping tomatoes FOEa.S'ALE: 1' ':.' JMMMn
ij building, good artesian well, in rage : r.'ne Oldest Estabilshsd Seed HOOM la Florida V" ; '- (r'\ -
'., mee. Apply .to L. E. LmtDSEtrP.gporn. by contract Be will probably return ." -. '. (
..' Postmaster Frank Van.AgneuJudgS. a Kiasimmee in time to vote in. the i'
H. Bullock, W. Ji S. Carr and 'F. democratic!. primary.Mr. 23 23OOQacre8 ot'imberLand -. .E. A., MARTIN ,&;; COMPANY ;: '
:, For Sale-145 acre*; containing anineroom H. Jenkins left this week in Mr. Van railroad.J I 1
i dwelling, two-etory tore- Agnew' launch for cruising''and hunting and Mrs. J. M. Willson. Jr., left on .8 ......b._MM of W.A BOTOV A C*. .*' ;'-h---.t.: : 'f s.4

-:;....a.l.hOUM\ and barn-good land located on trip down the Kissimmee'l'inr-and Jacksonville on Monday niQ'htMr. 20,000. aces; '.of Phosphate Garden. .Field and Flower Seed, PoultrySupplies- and Remedial Hecleeoed BM i I' -

i railroad. A big bargjUn at $1000.J. expect to be away until about the first WUlaon to attend the Grand Lodge of Land. Seed, lneub'ion. Write for Catalogu ' '*J':'' l
S. LonLus."KI..lmmee, Fla of February. They will make the trip Masons,, in session'In that city this ..
through to Fort Myers by water, and week, and Mrs. Willson to take in the 29.500 acres or Pasture PhM 4an ., 204 B. lay: .t.....JACKftomriLLM. n.o"'Aro--:: :

For Sale.-20 acre ot land 'with 300 will then go overland to Mr. Van Agnew sight of Florida's metropolis. La '
*s bearing orange tree Average crop in the Big Cypress, about i :
.' 800 to 1000 boxes. Price, 2600.; Will fifty-five grove miles south of Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. William Trick arrived; 50,000 acres of Virgin W. S. HARWELL orncB or OOUNTTArroRj nmo.- > R5mtr' r '
in Kisaimmee Wednesday night from ""
sell or exchange for smaller_place. C3F'. KRIBB9t' {
P. G. WHITE Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Folsom arrivedin Manchester Tenn., and if they are as Timber railroad. REAL ESTATENotary
1-tf. Kisaimmee, Fla. the city Monday for a short visit well pled'after a thorough investigation 24.000 acres turpentine nr-AT-LAw .
after an absence of twelve years. Mr. of this section as they are at first J
Florida-Comrades, come to Carleton and Mr. FolsoM were among the pioneer sight, will make their permanent home lands, 80 acres with Public at Large .. Ie. C aonI&.t, Led T." a.d Tin..e4r.' ..
Colony, on Lake Loyal. Have been settler of Kissimmee but now here. 10 acres bearing orange Office over iloberson's Pharmacy .ad A&........=. bAtak ''

here 21 years. Highest and healthiest reside at Wauchula. The former was 'KISSIMMEE..FLA.. ewirom. ...if...
I.L t JnForida.) __ Purest of..water,_No on.hia way to Jacksonville to represent MrLJLF Willson. formerly this .grove.19 ..., ,. .-h ,
r Ltria bronchial trouble. All veget- Wauchula Masonic lodge at the Grand city but who moved to Kentucky some 11I" ..
or in limits
W' grow; two gardens a year. Fish Lodge which met in that city this week, years ago, war in the city yesterday.Mr. . acres city DR. J..1YL SIMPSON J. M. WJ,LSON,1R.,.. ':. :\:; -1'
game. Just the place for old vet and the latter stopped over here with Willson informs us that he has nod; house and outbuildings ,. : ,
to live on their pensions and escape the I I friend. till his return.. again cast his lot In Florida, and-is nowa with 3 acre ofbearngorange ; PBNTHT.Upstairs NoTAaA.P V.'o6Ct1t.. .
of where he is
_ -- bUzzards of the North. Board reason; Tampa engaged t- .
r xt'IAnd1i.
-. able. Stamp for reply. G. C. Smith, i I The steamer Lillie. Capt. Clay John- in the wholesale ice cream busi-, grove, 15 acres in Katz Building .

Carleton Putnam county, Fla" S-6t-pd lOOn left Monday under charter by Dr. ness. 1 tine truck land, with artesian 0rrI0IC HOURS' a .. m. to 12 m. Re/il Estate' .,Agent. '.,', \,
Williams, H. R. Goforth and Mr. Hick- .1 1:30 to6i30p.! ml KISSIMMEE. ; rL4RIIA ,
Mr. F. J.: Cunningham, contractor man, all of Knoxville, Tenn., for a two Photography. well thnfr flows over Telephone No. 70 Jnn 6. lyr, . ",}.
'+- and builder who ha been/located at I I week's cruise down the Kissimme river. 100 gallons minute.. -- ----0 '
Palatka tor some time wjts in the city They will go as far south as Lake Okee I am prepared to make photographsof per '
I yesterday and this morning. He ex- I chobee and enjoy the splendid hunting all kinds at my studio located just For Information write fish and Oysters Maps of Fiof ida. ',. ih 4

to return in about two week I I I and fishing in that region. These gentlemen above the Midland Ry., on Broadway, Fresh fish and oyster in To etibecrrfito the', Gin r'
.i when he will have an interesting have all made this trip before I Il or will go anywhere to make outside the.week delivered to any part cite .any. will valley --Vs "" .'
I send L1o L1-
L. A.
MINXCO JIOBtpaId.nponreeelnt
Ii osition to make any who are ) and consider one of the most delight.. viewsPrice, *' reasonable. - dust-"'Bearden'building, phone 178.- K y'e
proP"J eeats, a pocket of the StaU '" .
plating building.t l fuHn the whole eountry.j1 J. A,. LANCASTER. .... __ KU8IMMXE FLORIDA._._, :__ .. . .,. .of map-._ --- ; *.--
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DID( !,HARSH 1 :DRUGS :. Ii. [ R .S. FLOYD . If .

St Cloud Colony Stock.
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Cathartics Tend Cause .
Jto .
J. H,>.R DOlT '
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1 Injury to the Bo ds.., .
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t '0': 0 0 .' ; .ND / '," '; -. PUREST : '. .
...: fit jut are subject to constipation,you I< 4
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: and Invest-
'," L 1 -I :(Seminole Land .
\ ., avoid>.itronXlrugslaridcatbarUcsdh [ s. .
,, ., erODI7: ;igiv ''temporary relief and 'REPAIRER 1 J' -: .'

r:, . Ir reaction I. harmful and sometimes ..:: .. 1 ,. ..... .: '. .. ',nt.eitt ConTpany. ):. in lots!; .,
, I I..... -, /O/t.- : ". ,, . ".
I tie re jtnnoying than constipation. They .
:; ..., I ; :; ,/10 frd'FUty Ten Thousand
.J.' y I .ot; ..": ", i no.vis way! :to effect weaken'the a cure and already 1 their weak tenItncy ,And: .Delivers Them: Free: ". .. .;, .ta ' .

,4 1' |*rgans :with which they come in contact. Dollarsfort sale*.. or, will exchange' = '
\ 'i. \jjW* honestly believe .that'we have the .S''E' EDS ,. FIELD VtuhTABLBIT. : hold Collier Stand, North Kissimmee.Meat . .
eteonstipitlontreatmentever\ devised. .
t J vv ; togetherjjwith ,.- .
\ II Same '
faith is so-strong: that>we sell ( MAIWewlll >i/.DRI\/ : '. i
i l1 "1 _i on the'poslt.lye'cuarantee that It shallJaot .. :
: -; ! HilpSnyorili-rVrnH' day n .rwH l.d o **
t,' S cost the user t1**tlr*..atisfacUonaid.coipletelyremrL .
.. ,Jackson;
;*: WAtVUN J".FU. tl(;;J O.- St. -
''N.,. .*ady, constipation.This1)* preparation, i t. I ** .IJ'., Florida.Poultrr .-: . f reot'estote in this lo- .
\ \- .'o-rnv h.' .Ji.aticide..writ.or )' \ good
'" Orderlies. 8ui>plu| *
& Rexall '
trailed : ; These are c*.'. : KMmy :- New York Avenue, Opposite the Bank .
1' -1 1.;,. Ir,prompt, soothing and most effective; in I Z:wm ;__. __? . -- a.
1 -actioni"TheyiarB made of reCefirchem'Icaldiscpveryv - -- Me'ot Beef '
.' a r -'- First-Class Cutter. in Attendance. cality. .
principal ingredfentto
odorless, tasteless and colorless. Combined I Fresh:Pork and Mutton Always on Hand.
with other"well known ingredients, i I FO'r further particulars -
!WAT '
r Jcng established for their usefulness fa I .
f . thetreaUnent" of constipation, it forms ST C OU address ,
-' a tablet which IsCeuten just like candy. .1.I I PADGETT & TINDALL, ,LO ,

They may be taken at any time, either II IU,4 '.. .
day or night, without fear of their cau II .
'Ina inconvenience whatever. I Moore
lr do not griper .purge nor cause nausea. o 0lfALLLO.ODSi

They act without causing any pain:or ex- I ,
ctesslv looseness of-the bowels. .They
'?v'i are ideal for. children, weak, delicate Graystone Hotel] KISSIMMEE FLORIDAiOtlOtiOtlOnOQotI00000tlOQOtlOti0tl0tlOtlOtiOt

1-. ';lersons and aged people as well as for. .
'the most hearty per onfr ... (
They come in' two. size packages! 12 REGAL SHOES '1
,. tablets 10 cents, 36 tablets 25 tents.

Remember you can obtain them only at I For Young .MenIn.owr o : C. A. CARSON. J. AtCRANFORD. &:L, LUPFER.
our atoretb Rexall Store. Osceola 0' 0'' praida t 1 Vlc.- .-ld.nt. SwraUry

'Pharmacy.. . large "ihowing of new a FOR. :
.---. -/>:--"' j Regal Fall style there are some ,, :
+ BURNED PAPER MONEY. pronounced models for MEN'- :
0, a.uro. of Greet Profit t* the Govern. I those who prefer the ex- ,
m.nt and Bank. treme faihion of _the ,
+ At the redemption windows of the g; .
treasury and of the subtreasurles of jI

:t, not the been country mutilated any silver willfully coin and that which has I eppeil,...MUltfepj eroyyo will I z g; .CHILDREN So P'ugh and Dressed

till Is recognizable as from the mint. .... n.. inIowa. 0
-'Of the United States will be redeemedat I TbeydU' .
face value this In spite of the not be duplicated ', 0 Pine Lttmber.

fact that the silver In the worn coin I ia oilier teady. ..
may not" be worth half Us face value. _woo any eL.-- I t; A FULL STOCK TO SELECT FROM- ; '
" gold coin, the government stands t not can c&etao ; 0
>'' only a small portion of the loss from giveh.a.ct8 [
; ; but according to weight. I $350 "; '. -
these worn gold coins always; are r@d..mable. FOOl ad ia <10
-. Rea.1q..rer $400 AT '
l"+ In the case of the paper currency | ,. ...... ..
dN two ttb8 of a note most be presented -- and X500 ... .... ..... ...

{ land If It shall and be no redeemed matter or what a new the note evt- 0' ''t StCoud Real Estate Exchange |

Y x dance may be "aa to total destructionof j C. W. DAMN

of papa currency' the government J
regards It as the holder's Individual f iKatz's; ANDINFORMATION
r low with which It to no farther con > BUREAU
i cerned. Sire may; melt $,.000 worth I ----,- .
of silver coins and*It I* worth Its metal ,: A. i
value. It may 'melt 1.000 In gold ., ,
]Plant Wood's SeedsFor '
,coins and the-mlnt-wOl pay $1,000 In Public .State at Large St. Cloud, Florida
new twenty dollar gold piece. for the
;: mas. Hot .the>sbe* of 1.000 In paper -, Z Z
Superior CropsWood's Reoresents the leadinaFire., Life and Accident Insurahce Go's.Taxes .
,currency I* without Tain
.M ,In the thousands of firs over the I. Paid, Rents Collected
30th Annual Seed Book 1tdi? innity. Bonds
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country: every year Involving office I
,building,, factories, bushes, houses Is one of the most useful and complete I s : Legal papers drawn. Deeds recorded
and family residence an untold total seed catalogues l Issued.- It I Titles examined and reported on Abstracts furnished .
1 'of legal tender note of all kind are give practical information about I Agent for Crenshaw Bros. Seed Company. .
the be and most profitable seeds s
destroyed&. Brery piece of jsocb paper to plant;for 1 .. Buy your seeds from an old established Florida firm. .
t, lost Is Iou to the bolder and gain to ..Klssiramee! of ices in .the Fell Bid. in charge!of Capt. H. M. Breaker.
the government or to a national bank. The Market Grower I 1 San Juan Garage t. ,
It Is a promissory' note hopelessly lost The Private Gardener I ............ ...........TC ,
a to tile boJ er. It la vn'mor. for In The Farmer'

many case an IndlTldaal man .might s A. CARSON, President: jr. C. BRYAN, t3EOBETAai'The'Waters"
'redeem bIB debt obligation tt h*,wereaaard Wood Seeds are grown and a
> by'th' holder of It that the elected with special reference to; Compar ny
the soils and climate of the Booth S 1I & CarsonGrocery
i of paper to which he bad signed and every: southern planter should
' hi*.name" bad bn destroyed; by acdAent have Wood Seed Book so as to;
v and by ao chant coald tarn up be folly: posted as to the beet;seeds ORL NDO. FLORIDA.
I again. against him.-Tfliltragir TrlDawr for southern growing. Hailed free
p, on request. Writ. for It. " Company

; d I' y<1,,' *..P pe r a ''W ...... We are the agents for E. M. F'S ,
T. W.
Popps( Kka tiflrrid4'mboTVat a poor ,. ,
.Igors la ,tb* -wltaa ".boz. B. was hed......., Klohntond, Va. S and Flanders 20 Automobiles and SS Wholesale and Retail DealersjnGROCERIES-
elssd'to appear:ln/'dfense of Bishop w. rV a.J.J-IIWQQVvavaVwV far
wbtb'that prelate was trWUttaaaua GrII.. sad Closer*.. ''. Red' >o' will be able to make deliveries on -
,' C... ..... la tbe boos of lords totes. creed OM-, Caw P...,
t.', j 1B ",.... 21 over. comld peat,ba pub- j -.,.. G8roMD_sad...1..P'... these cars--reports to the contrary. ..
.;... b.. J411paee aft cwkrd. yand 1, .. ,

ag "gdsstt Ye that If It was a ..c thing ,, notwithstanding. WE ,SELC:, WEBUYHIDES, ;
:. give aa account of any; story IitWeh' :
friends togetner. though 'I I ...
.,. tall tt to any three of them with II HAY " '4
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..'axeat .*..of plessare.: Vbenil was7Appear L" -
to lOt the bishop of aoe___.' j S OR ,IN "'" ", > ., FURS
M 'trial.'tbougn ,4 aa4:: but taD I FERTILIZERS.SHINGLES '- ,
h .word to say and taut oa a plala pointta .V..WQ9L
pww blanop eM'" ttaM'waen ,I.\., .
,I warn ..... aim at BII IDIeJ).''I made Kissimmee Wagon Work AID ., ......'
"6 .two or tan ttaadm ta tt and that ORANGE BOXES t... _
l ...a.withstanding. tbe Brat mr of lord : ALL "l" ti
""r'' .(watak waa all 1 eoald .*** war aaostf OPPOSITE CHRISTC lURCH ORANGE WRAPS "

r, al'alr-I.,. a\r. ''a.ewalataae.,7-Lendo4: Under New Management, With Enorough Experience, and UtoDateBlacksmith VEGETABLE.CRATES.4 "COUNTRYPRODUCE

,. ._,"",",',,,....L.MIt.CW- '. ......, '....... ** Wheelwright____and___ Horseshoer. CRATE NAILS /. ,

a 'Burngry;appossT7; sold the ubasp !I. M All oKinds, Blacksmith Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing R

3 lii.Mawomaa aa aa* opened tM door a Specialty. We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds
I .
''r "" .,Jawtaottlebtt. .ao.. a.w rea'ts r isUsd! : >.a7 slap i ,1">1' .ST. We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping

1''{ _. "Tr* clean forgot bow to"betangry. '. .!\I'.t(!1k'T'AE ALL WORKGUARANTEED, TO SATISFY. parties.Free
.' Bat"rm oat and "I Joael7k' ." famlture. retail Ow delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. ._ _
:.,._ ".; ,- -',::. "' /" -_- ' WHbeosells paael beck AlnUut enal* ollclt Ye.r .T..4e *ad I 6 I CTIIVI We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular -
l' rT at.Xoa; ...,::1 Mint.aaff tinting Uji* this, mad. of5I R I F I 11N, and prices on fertilizers. '
to cat tat N long that rr got ao thin eot4tD oak algal: em IMd, wlelt --- -- .
J ....'.,at a.* e baddar,,and.yon ain't ana**at. We oinr.Iho ihwaat-thl*+; .- .,. -
:.. Idea'what company. a man' abadUte pselal are mad a tlgbt ta irtlmeoalyTDSV **erywa :
'.4hr', "'blm' traTelln-' and so4 4&IM.0. yen from oulaotorj. we C. BASSW J. Sharpc' & Co. NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. :
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{ Qg_*oac* they in the aOrma-_ Fancy Family Groceries
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DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 come.trom .., -, :; in $100. , .
Atid get prices before* baying. We are the kidney secretion They will,warn > w

v.'. the Originators ot Low Prices you idneys when execrate the Kidneys a clear are,' amber lick. 'fluid.Well . --f r, :. .... .,5-Acre farm' inKlssittiitiee. City,

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.........: DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes from '. ," ,'.,
'" the back.: $aclt.pains, dull and heavy, '
& .WE SELL or sharp and acute, tell you of..ick kidneys );?i\,\; Colony Tracts: 'Tlmber' Lands :Farm GroveS. .' ,'1 ( .. :
r Apron Checks at. ...... .. ..... ....... ...6 to'lOc per yd and warn you of the approach of ; '" and Orange ; : .
Dress Ginghams at. .',. .. ...-... .....7 to 12le per yd . ropsy, diabetes and Bright a disease.Doan's y ,. .
40-in. Unbleached Sheeting at...:. ...... .. 7lc per yd Kidney Pills cure sick kidneysand . .. ,,' ', /
Shirting Calico at . .... . . ......... .5 to 7c per yd cure them permanently.. : Here's I . l w ..
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Quilt Lining at:.. ../..._. ... 6c per yd Kjaslmmee proof: '. ADDRESS ; '
-Best-Calico--. . .. . . :. .*n-6-to4o per-yd--- JoJrniJReejres.JCissimmejaJEla.sais: .
Dress Goods from :. ... .16 to 75c pef yd 'I'am-.welllBtllifted with the results !
Poplar Cloth. assorted colors, at .. .::. ..;. ..25c per yd obtained from the use of Doan's Kidney .
Check Homespun at . .. .. .. .... .. . 6 to-8c per yd Pills. Disordered kidneys-caused aaoreneBa W:L VAN b u Z o R
Outing Flannel . . . ... .po;-.. ... .. . 7 to lOc; per yd7to25 across tnVsmall of my back. The .
. Elegant Line Curtain Goods.. ...:... ... .. .. kidney secretion ere also irregular in .
(- Elegant,Line Serpentine Crepe at . .20 to 25c per yd passage and at tim there was a dark. KI SIMMEE. FLORIDA .
Table Linen . .. . . .*. .. ...... .. .35c to$. per yd sediment in them. obtained Doan's .' ,, ,
Best Galatier Cloth at ... .. .. ...... ... :I6c per yd Kidney Pills from the Kisojmmee DrugCo. ," '1..'
Table Felt 54-in. at . .. .. . ... ... .. . .. 55c per yd . and their effectivene& was soon .. . fl.
Table Oilcloth; at. ... . . . ... .. . .25c per yd >roVen. I feel that Ism justified in ar n
Linen Crash at . .. . .. .!.. .......10 to 15 per yd recommending this remedy l' .
Cotton Crash .. ..:. r . .. ... . .,. .5 to 8c per yd For sale by all dealers. Price 60, : ., ,
...... .. .. .. cents Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo "
.35c to 76c
The Famous Rub Towel at
Ladies' Shirt Waists Dry . . .. . ,..:. . .. .. . .50c up N. Y., sole agents for the United ""+_ NNNNNN. , '
Ladies' Wrappers . ... . .. . ...... . .. ... .. .65.up95c tales.Remember. ; : .
Ladies' Skirts, . . . ... . . . .. ... . to (10 eachLadiee'N'etticoate the name-Doan'a-and r
. .... . . .. .... .. 60c to $8 each take no other. .
Ladlea' @aineoata.. ., .. . .. .. .. ..... .... .'*.. .. ..$5 up -
.. Ladies' Coat Suits .. ... .. .... . .. .. ... .. .... .$9 up ',' .DOORS4. _.' ,
Ladies'VestsLadies' . .. . .. . ... . . . . .10to6Oc" Photography.I u"n u ,;
. Kitnonas-*.. . .. ..... ... ". .25c to $1.60 each am prepared to make photographs + ;
Pure Linen .... .... .. ..6 to 25e of all Kinds at studio located just i\
12 doz. Buttons for. . .. . .. .. .... .. . .,. . Be above the Midland my Ry., on Broadway, GO '
Gold Eye, Needles, per paper. . . .. . . . . Be. or will eo,anywhere make outside T0'i'i ...
Ladies Coats and Sweaters at popular prices. views. Prices reasonable. '
Enormous lot of Embroideries at ridiculously low prices. J. A. LANCASTER. Yh
A beautiful Line of Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, etc. I
Above we have given you prices on 'a very few items in our Maps of Florida.To :
immense and well selected stock.| -'"

*' "tJ|_," |Yours forjgoodjgoods and low pricesR7C.STANFORD, I ette we any will subscriber send,postpaid to the, upon valley receipt Gaz- W. B. Makinson Co. t

=- CO. os of-Florida.25 -cents-- a pocket map of the State)I II I I. !

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Terms: to * per day. :
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SPRING FERTILIZING FOR PROFIT. Come and trya meal at. the '
hotel. Single / meals 50c; 21 y
The new edition of our Spring Citrus Booklet is. ready for dis meal tickets *1U Rooms per.
tribution. If you will read it carefully you will understand the principles day \ "
: which underlie our urging early spring application, and if you Rooms In The Inn annex for \ :
are not already an advocate of this method. It will doubtless lucresse rent for 50c anjd 75c per night.
the productiveness of your trees many per cent. Special. rates J by the weeic: ormonth. We Have Large Stock of Above and PRICES .AHBJMOHT = ,.:
Our booklet entitled HOW TO BEGIN AN ORANGE GROVE 4 : -._ :
meets the approval of many experienced people. It i. invaluable to 4 i
the prospective citrus. grower. 4 '.
Write us your requirements or call''on our agent H. W. T/HURMAN/ .
Just Received of Lime '
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Books.. We have them in Stock or Mike: Themto Kodak Films developed promptly. '
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ST. CLOUD FLORIDA w,+l'w+Me''*.s''. +I + ...+t''+..w.'k+.Ma Chamberlain'. CooghRemedynevcrdisappoinU You can stop thatcoughing Mother of croupy children ; 1
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those who UN it for obatiIain** Cough Remedy.' It bottle of Chamberlain'
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--- Signs/ Are In Washington-. wears brass bracelets a porter wbo I I- thought good enough and every ninth

Of the Churches. and Fraternal Societies Election Elsewhere. not attending to his duty, a badly arranged year ninety-nine human beings were Cafe LaRue t

"Of course we don't have elections counter, an, error in spelling immolated. the sons of tbe relgnlnit f : -
", ofl, Kissimmee.CHURCHES.< of our own," said a man from on a placard, two store detectives loin' tyrant among the rest In order that REAL ESTATE ,

Ing on their job and a bideouscon, the life of tbe monarch mlgbt be pro ........ ..... .
\ Washington, "but we bare election Intimations % m*T**%* mm *w* '
1 blnatlon of colors In tbe front windowI (longed. A La Carte :
If I may call them that go to the ladles' room and make a INSURANCEExamination I
,. which can't be duplicated anywhere note of these -
tblngs surreptitiously: When "Pluck" W. Slang. .
t, If ''BAPTIST. else In the country, I don't dare go tbere too often, ttaouKli. The word "pluck" affords an Instance i ",'

if Bunyan Stephens pastor ,. "You see, when we Wuslilniftonluns/ for fear I'll be Identified so sometime of the way In wblcb airing of Titles a

SundaySchool9.45e.m.-N. C. Bryan want to vote we've got to do It HOIII' I run back to my office two 1 blix'k* words to the course of time become

superintendent. where else/ and as most of us bare a away. So It goes till about 4 'b'clock. adopted Into current English. We now Specialty. Everyfhing the Market Affords 4

Preaching: 11 a. m. and 7.45 p m. lingering fondness for the fram-lime hither and tjiltljer. nigh and yon. look meet with "pluck" and "plucky" aa ITFERRY'S

!r -Prayermeeting7.45Thursday. we are pretty likely to- bang on to a log for trouble. It doesn't do a clerk, the recognized equivalents' of "cour Served in Up-to-Date
B. Y. B. U. 7.45 Friday evening. residence somewhere outside the Dis any good to be uncivil to me. 1 can age" and "courageous." An entry In sir I Correspondence Solicited. -,. Style.

Visitors always welcome. xM trI t. j tell you or to make me wait too long Walter Scott's "Journal" shows that

j d I -.r. "We especially like to do It because I for my change, but I try to be fair In 1827 the word" bnd not yet lost Its _
I/ It makes us feel as If we bad some and If 1 thud a particularly willing and low character. Qe says (volume 2. 't

PRESBYTERIAN. sort of weapon to flourish before the considerate sales person, down that page 30)), "Want of that article blackguardly FLORIDA REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I

S. S. Snyder. pastor. observing eyes of the politicians who name goes In my report' too. You called pluck." IU 'origin Is DINNER 35

Sunday School ;;,9.45 a. m.-Geo. P. may have something to say about our mlgbt suppose that tbere'd. be good obvious. From early times tbe heart Beautiful winter home sites situatedin CENTS

Parker superintendent.Christian bold on our jobs and when the time graft In that; 'but. of course, I keep has been popularly regarded at the the Lake Region oj Florida. t

Endeavor 6.00 p. m. comes to go home to rote we visibly my position only so long as tbe bead sest of courage. Now. when a butcher Trucking and Farming Land. large
Preaching every second and fourth swell I of tbe arm has absolute confidence In -
II Importance. lays open a carcass he divides tbe or small tracts. :i iSealSttippod'
Sunday at :
a. m. and 7:00: m. iI
p. Integrity. The funny of It Is
Prayer meeting and choir "Naturally a national election Is the my great vessels of tbe heart cuts
practice one that catches us all at and It that tbe more I complain tbe better Ix then CITY PROPERTY A.SPECIALTY
Thursday betore the second and fourth I once through the windpipe and plucks )j ',n Oysters .1
Sundays at 7.00 p. m. is then that, the Intimations 1 spoke of. likes It. I'm like tbe opposition )'II' out together the united heart and List your property with me for quick
v Visitors most cordially invited to allaerTlce. -do most abound. The papers are full In
.. 'of advertisements of loans for election When I am I'll bar to look for another terms the united: mass "the pluck."- ; "

r expenses. Department clerks can be position. London Note and Queries. I H. M. BREAKER _.1 .
1; CHRISTIAN.A. accommodated with puma covering At 4 o'clock 1 go back to my little ;j.
their railway fare new clothes for office and dictate my report from my Box 175' KISSlMMEK FLA.
M. Chisholm : *" Element.
1' paitor. the trip and a substantial notes to a stenographer/ and wben It's -, - -
margin over
Preaching first and third Sundays oft Carbon Is an elementary substance T- -
f' and above Items.: Tbe Interest typewritten; I send It to the bead of
each month at'll a. m and 7.45p. m. necessary diffused throughout nature. It
Bible School 9.44: m.-C. E. Yowell I Is a bit high, but a clerk wbo Is the firm. I I uncombined In two distinct

superintendent. 4 pining .to go back borne to splurge a I I II forms occurs or alk troptc. .candldcB.... :;:0sceola County SEEDS
Christian Endeavor first and third bit Is willing to mortgage his resources EASILY MANAGED. and the diamond r.e.etabl. ?
Sunday o( each month at 6.30 p. In. for the pleasure. I ---"- graphite blackhead .., pl.. tar De.t Fy
Prayer meeting-and choir wblcb la par crystallised car- Abstract Company w.a,. Trrra . SlO tuttNa.a.aaqnar
practice every -
These offers of loans fill columnsof The Clever Scheme Evolved by th.Clock 6e. .
:Thursday at 7.45 p m. the Winder.The bon. It la.-however, more commonlyfound T Dal tM tard.a.quality.
,dally papers. Alongside of them
i In combination with .other elementary i an hem.eea.w.rMd
I are other advertisements, all turningon contract for keeping the: church now
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substances than In the ,ah.A aune.rd of...tar ,
EPISCOPAL.' > the one theme, the election. 'Buy and town hall clocks in order was given state. United with oxygen./ It -occurs j.'! G. P.GARRETT,' Manager. rat .N.a.d. Tor aW t

Rev David D- Kidd. yourself-a new suit to go home and to a new man. Unfortunately from i and exist
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vote InT! The"Irt'amma'r Is a bit, off. the start he difficulty In I i [vexes fat II.N A..f r
Services every second Sunday\ at 10.30 ; experienced a In the irtmoepbere, in natural waters.)' to P.w eaev.wIL
a. m. and 4 p. m.'; but the,price* are asserted to be all getting the clocks to strike at the same I In .limestone; dolomite and ironstone.In Real estateTitles k FFLT a q, ,

Morning prayer and litany every Sunday -* right time. At last the district council .I-P- combination with hydrogen It examined and reported on: smut'.war
at 11.30 a. m.Conducted by a lay- "In the shop windows there are docfens quested an Interview with the watch extebelr series of chemical Taxes paid for non-residents.
man- .47M. -r of election placards: 'Just the bat maker. forms tote/ '. Instruments relating to real estate.

,; ,. < >Sunday School-1st. 3rd and4tbSunday I to wear wben you go home to vote' "You are not so successful with the cempounda known as hydrocarbons. carefully\ drawn'Correspondence
10,30/ a. m., 2nd Sunday 9.30a.m.- It' la also an important constituent F. H. JENKINS
Specials In suit cases for tbe election; Solicited
clocks as predecessor bewas
W. O. Hankins superintendent. I your of wood, starch sugar gum.
_",All services suspended during July 1'ake a souvenir hatpin to your best' told. "It Is very misleading to have oil bone and flesh. No other element -
August.T" .. i I girl when you go borne to vote. one clock striking three or tour minutes la so characteristic of the plaat sodi: r-
? ,- I 'Swell suit for the election only 11 IL after tbe otber. Before yon took animal world aa carbon. la 1788 La ,
_,,-,' a.... -.wee. ., week,' and in a shoe store window. them In baud we could hardly tell' tbe voisier showed I* to be'"an Independent Surveying and

., .- METHODIST.. .. I Tramp, ramp, tramp tbe boys are two were striking. Surely. yon ar* as element. Oe furthermore prove*) I[ Bargains
7... T.' Mitchell pastor. marching-home to vote; wear -'a competentr tbe diamond t. be the purest Corn ef Drafting '

..-' Preaching every Sunday morning and I, hoes and you won't get sore feet "Every workman has his own method carbon and by combuattos converted I'I'

'.evening. it "Th. railway offer special.rats *, frentlemen." replied the watch, It Into *arheml add gas--Hew Te kAmerlosjSK > ab
,Ii Sunday Scbool .45 a. m.-.J...M.. ,Lee, voters, and eo it goes too won't' Sad maker.' "and mine alnt the same-' as' In kinds\ of fteal pTstate.

? to. f...petf: tendent." '- ' Anything; like It In any other. town."- H.'s were." ; L_ ,. J I Fire and Life Insurance and Office IN FRATERNITY HALL '
New York Sun. "I'm decidedly of the opinion that It W. ie. wlrTrT i Renting -

'If JPrayer"\ meeting every :Thursday -,-, would be for the general good If they and Collecting Rents a KISSIMMEE.
**"f might.Choir,-* ? ; ' TO'FIND FAULT. were."' remarked on* of the councilors. PHYSICIAN Abu 8aiU3ION.RaaiDBM Specialty. Taxes paid for ; FJA.

?! >,rf ,. I practice'every Saturday night. "Ver)' well, sir, to future they,shall
People Are emetlmss Paid For-That be." came the reply. "I happened Pann .?. Fa...., \;
\i. FRATERNAL. SOCIETIES. Kxpreee Purpose. writeto him last week; about thetrou O. Kissimmee

d,,, .t"t" You have no Idea bow manythings ble I had with the clock. aD6-bat' W. W. CARSON. D. D. S. R. MEEK Granitoid Stone Works tMakes'everytbing

.' t?' '" -ASONIC.r are wrong la a big business. until yon perhaps" he added .. he produced a: DENTAL PAMLORtt ]
: 1'1f' '._Orange Blossom Lodge,.No.. 80.; F. A: are paid to look for them;' write.Oe- letter and handed It to tbe chairman. RIVBRS BUIWINSOVER Kissltumee Fla. such as Blocks Piers: in for Cement Houses line Ce

A. M.., meets.first and third lliiondayB lett Burgees In OoUlefa. ..Thereware' "you'd UK to see what be said. O C.OLA PHARMACY meqt Sidewalk Tile Porch Columns,
nlgbta In each month at 7.80 o'clock in the clock, for one thing, when I first "Dear air," ran the letter"aboutthem : Sewer Til*, 'Stnne- Steps. Chimney

: Fraternity Halt ,> began. The girls,won too many rata' clocka. When you get tp know O"PC8 HOURS ) 5 YOW -7 0.. aeue. lkata. Stone Can save you nearly one-half
11: 'J..,W. Patois W. M.B what a cantankerous lot of busybodies I .s f-- on pier and is better than brick; one
\, O, Meek,. secretary, In their hair there was grease on the the council consists of )'Ou'U. do the M. TILLERReal half tbe expense on cbimnavs. .
: '- elevator doors expensive bats were fifteen -forget T.- \ T-RIVERS D. Will do general contracting in building '
r damped one on another the ventilation -. same as) I did for yeare Ji //tt out of wood stone or brick. Ce-
r'., .i1 'KNIGHTS orl'YTlIIA8oftten : was bad. the boxes on the; shelves to wind' up the striker of tbe-tewo Estate Agency ment work In all lines. All work lea
G J'jhlp Lodge, No.10.meets every showed from the street through the dock and the blooming I.ckasse.Won't PHYSICIAN SURGEON J ... guaranteed first-class.
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wedgesdaynlghIyat7.MOclocltin.Fraternit show windows and about a thousand be able CXlloe over Oaceola Pharmacy .' Agent for the celebrated Courtrlgbt

', ,. h aiL' other things. 'Then Splndelhepn 'sold striking London TIt- > Residence 63 i Realty bought and sold. metal Shingle. '

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